We get used to see our beloved city, Porto, full of life and tourism, now looks like a ghost town. I think these photos that I took are melancholic and sad but also beautiful and poetic... Tell me what do you think about them 😊
Texas Hill Country wandering during wildflower season (Omgoodness the bluebonnets) this year....driving in the pouring rain. ⠀
Found this house someone built 100 years ago where she lived, raised her babies, planted roses and loved her man. ⠀
Inside a frontier town where Comanches raided and fought for the land, the spring fed river and flat open plains where buffalo and deer were plentiful. ⠀
Whose horsemanship was impeccable and world renowned. Her fears assuaged only by the clammer and rush of the town towards industry and domination. ⠀
The river rushing on downstream fast moving and plentiful, unaware of any intrusion while the big sky above whispered in stars. ⠀
.⠀ #katherinebarnidge ⠀ #texashillcountry ⠀ #austintexas ⠀ #history ⠀ #historicalplaces ⠀ #ghosttowns ⠀ #historicalmarkers ⠀ #phantom ⠀ #seeingghosts ⠀
#PROUD to be the first #ghost comedian and speak up for all the spirits out there who never had a fair chance. I miss my ghost #dog and #pray for the day where ghosts don't need to struggle for fair wages and equality. There hasn't been ghost representation in the entertainment industry since #Ghostbusters and the slandering of #Ghosting needs to STOP! Cities across the world are being called #Ghosttowns and the blatant racism is honestly disgusting that it still exists in 2020 #GhostsWerePeopleToo
In October I 🧔 ticked a big dream off my bucket list when I visited Ukraine to explore #chernobyl on @explore.worldwide and it was hands down one of the strangest yet incredible experiences I've had.
DAY 1 - Join trip in Kyiv
DAY 2 - Kyiv walking tour, Chernobyl Museum and the Lavra Reserve
DAY 3 - Guided tour in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
DAY 4 - Further explorations of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
DAY 5 - Trip ends in Kyiv
For the full detailed Itinerary visit:
🖥️www.explore.co.uk 🇺🇦 Ukraine
📅 October 2017
#ghosttowns Lawson,WA 1890-1940s. Mine disaster caused town to fold and buildings were moved to Black Diamond,Wa..some remain
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Ugh, I had JUST missed the rainbow that was shining perfectly over the van 🤦🏻♀️, but you can still catch a sliver of it’s arch at the left of the pic.
Pretty cool, pretty desolate, and pretty.. pretty. High desert Oregon’s rad.
Seriously freaky, yet incredible experience. I guess it was only a matter of time before this happened 😁🤷♂️ y’all know how much I love my bike, and abandoned ghost towns. This is an Old West, gold rush era late 1800’s mine ⛏deep in Death Valley National Park. It’s a long hike up a busted up old wagon road to get up here, I brought my bike honestly cuz I was looking forward to riding it back down said wagon road. But then I thought, hmmmm🤔 my handlebars would fit through mayyybbee 😂 and it’s the first time I came here by myself, which I came to the terrifying, stark realization the moment I saw the tunnel into the earth. And I’m here after dark, so many WTF’s , I know. So, if you don’t live in the desert, where it’s easy to get outside but also stay far away from people during these crazy times, and are locked down somewhere, this is for your entertainment 😂 #hero8#gopro#abandonedplaces#abandonedmine#ghosttowns#ghosttown#ghostadventures@gopro@tld_bike@niteriderlights@oakleybike#mtb#rideordie#justgonnasendit ☠️
Practicing more and more gratitude during these times. It's really hard to look at the positives during these times but when we start to look at all that has made us happy and realize that throughout your life everything always works out we can put out a good vibration to the universe that connects us to positivity and taking action for the better. For me, I look back at this moment with some great friends that welcomed me and share the common interest of adventures and exploring the unknown. I especially, just randomly, want to thank @unaverag.joe for getting me out there and for showing up at the right time bringing amazing adventures and I look forward to being able to do this again once this is over! 📸: @unaverag.joe
I haven't talked to God in awhile for various reasons, yet I have started to notice I'm being pulled back into a direction of religion recently. I don't know if it is just a phase, or if it marks a different level of healing in my life. Either way, I'm gonna roll with it. Religion may not be for some people, but that is just fine - you do you boo; for me it helps round out my rough edges, helps me believe that I'm protected and guided in my travels. I feel so blessed, and feel I need to give something back to the universe....or even show a higher power I'm grateful for the opportunities that have come my way. So while visiting the Goldfield Ghost Town on the Apache Trail in Arizona, I made it a goal this holiday season to pray a little more. If you believe in a higher power, what do you do to help round out the rough edges of your personality?
15 1712 December, 2019
If you’ve ever wanted to go to a ghost town this is the one! In 1879 there were over 5000 people living in this town in search of gold! Today it’s known as being in a state of arrested decay, which basically means they keep it looking like it did over 140 years ago! At over 8300 feet in elevation I can’t imagine being here working a gold mine in the middle of winter, it really puts things in perspective as I sit in front of my computer in a warm room with not A want in the world! Bodie foundation- protecting Bodie’s future by preserving his past!