Scroll down to see some of the amazing places I've had the pleasure of photographing, and learn a little history while you're at it!
NEW JERSEY - BINGHAMTON FERRY
The Binghamton Ferry transported people from New Jersey to Manhattan starting in 1905. It became a floating restaurant in the 70's, and was finally dismantled in 2017.
NEVADA - SHOE TREE
Highway 50 is the loneliest road in America, and home to some weird sights. The infamous "Shoe Tree" has been a rest stop for wary travelers for decades. Supposedly, a newly wed couple stopped here while driving to Las Vegas. They got in an argument, and the bride threw her husbands shoes in the tree and forced him to walk barefoot to Vegas....I love Nevada.
WASHINGTON - VANCE CREEK BRIDGE
Built in 1929, this bridge was used to haul lumber from the surrounding forests. After being decommissioned in the 1970's, it has become a favorite amongst hikers and photographers.
TURKS AND CAICOS - LA FAMILLE EXPRESS
This ship was originally a Russian oil rig service ship, built in 1959. After decades of global travel, it landed here after being blown around in Hurricane Frances in 2004. You can see it flying into the islands, but being 2 miles from the shore, makes it difficult to get to without a boat...or a flying camera.
OREGON - ABANDONED FARMHOUSE
Speaking with locals, not much is known about what happened to the owners. The house has been empty for over 30 years.
NEW YORK - MANHATTAN
One of the most iconic skylines in the world. Sunrise makes for great photo opportunities.
NEW JERSEY - LACKAWANNA STATION
This hub transports over 50,000 people a day into New York City. Built in 1907, it still stands proudly amongst the backdrop of Manhattan.
NEVADA - FORT CHURCHILL
This abandoned Military Base was built in 1861, and was used primarily to protect the soldiers from the local tribes that were retaliating for the kidnapping and rape of two Paiute girls by the owners of the local station. It also served as a hub for the infamous Pony Express.