well, here they are. my current trespassing photos. i hope you're not disappointed,
because we've been here before. a few years ago. when it didn't feel like trespassing.
but now there are more "no trespassing" signs and groundskeepers who smile and laugh when you ask,
"are we trespassing?"
the one we ran into told us it's next to impossible to keep the "photographers" away. especially the wedding photographers. we talked to him for a bit while he told us stories about the building, including the cost it would take to repair it or the amount needed to tear it down.
and, how it was discussed last year, about turning the whole place into an artist's studio.
then he told us to have fun.
it's a dangerous place for the all the "graffiti" kids to hang out, but i think we need to take a minute to applaud them for all their artwork. it's truly amazing. now granted, i'm not one who goes around promoting the defacing of beautiful buildings, but in this case, honestly, i'd love a front row seat to watch them in action.
through the crumbled and caved in roofs, trees grow.
if you look closely at the photos you'll see them.
i wish i could convey to you just how badly i want to get inside this building. can you even imagine the indoor jungle that grows behind these brick walls, or the animals and birds that call this place home? to be totally honest though, i have to tell you that raccoon poop totally grosses me out.
i had to include one of the many "no trespassing" signs. i mean i know you believe me when i tell you they're there, but it's always nice to show you just how much of a rebel i am. well, me and my hubby. did you know he was never a rule breaker until he met me?....snort.
happy monday everyone
ps...if you've been watching the news/weather channel, you probably noticed that once again mother nature is playing ugly. sheesh, she's been relentless this summer. but if this means a warm winter without very much snow, then i'm all for these one hundred agree heat advisory days.