colorado, july 2014 (at White River National Forest Colorado)

colorado, july 2014 (at White River National Forest Colorado)


colorado, july 2014 (at I-70)

colorado, july 2014 (at I-70)


chicago, july 2014

chicago, july 2014


another country road (at Cripple Creek Historic District)

another country road (at Cripple Creek Historic District)


country road 11, july 2014 (at Florissant, Colorado)

country road 11, july 2014 (at Florissant, Colorado)


denver, july 2014 (at Carl’s Pizza)

denver, july 2014 (at Carl’s Pizza)


walsenberg, july 2014 (at I-25)

walsenberg, july 2014 (at I-25)


so i drove into a thunderstorm last night… (at Channing, Texas)

so i drove into a thunderstorm last night… (at Channing, Texas)


dallas, july 2014 (at Lee Harvey’s)

dallas, july 2014 (at Lee Harvey’s)


easy like thursday morning (at Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery)

easy like thursday morning (at Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery)


san antonio, july 2014 (at King William Historic District)

san antonio, july 2014 (at King William Historic District)


new favorite beer 🍺 (at The Bottle Shop - World Beer Co.)

new favorite beer 🍺 (at The Bottle Shop - World Beer Co.)


california, june 2014

california, june 2014


instagram:

Capturing a Hauntingly Beautiful Tugboat Graveyard

For more photos and videos from the Tugboat Graveyard, explore the Tugboat Graveyard - Staten Island location page.

The scuttled remains of tugboats, ferries and other maritime vessels rest peacefully in shallow water off the shores of Staten Island in New York City.

The rusting hulks, decrepit frames, creaks and bumps in the Witte Marine Equipment Company scrap yard, known as the “Tugboat Graveyard,” contribute to a hauntingly beautiful industrial landscape hidden in plain sight.

Instagrammers looking to make an off-the-beaten-path field trip just outside of the city center can capture eerie photos of light filtering through decaying structures, jagged reflections and the occasional geese and other wildlife picking their way along the murky shore.

beautiful photos for your sunday morning


darksilenceinsuburbia:

Lisa Krannichfeld

The Refinery

god damn, i love these paintings.