In recent years the term urban exploration has become an expression for those who choose to explore derelict structures in their community to witness how nature slowly devours them as they’re left to waste.
While it’s fun to go and explore these architectural carcass that once were integral part of communities, it’s ideal that these building be bought by private or state entities to restore to either functioning order or to preserve for educational purposes.
I am not a private investor or independently wealthy in any fashion, but I do find beauty in both the architecture of yesterday and the true power of nature.
That’s going to be the point of this blog. To do a little bit of urban exploration and unravel the stories behind locations that were once important to the community.
For this site I am going to primarily focus on locations in the state of Florida.