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Favorite 10 abandoned spots in 2014

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Earlier in the week I was going through my posts from 2014 to make up a little list of my favorites from the past twelve months. It was a great year, so naturally I had a lot of favorites. I was trying to keep the list varied but kept finding I wanted to add posts about abandoned places. They just kept adding up so I thought it might be fun to do a little recap of my favorite abandoned spots I visited in 2014. Well, I should reword that, these aren't necessarily my favorite spots but ones that yielded the prettiest photos and my favorite blog posts.
Cleveland, Abandoned, Observatory,
Cleveland, Abandoned,
Cleveland, Abandoned, rubber ducks
salton sea,
Cleveland, Abandoned, church, decay
Cleveland, Abandoned,
amusement park, roller coaster

There is still so much to see in Cleveland but I'm hoping, in the new year, to make a few trips specifically to see some abandoned places I have my eye on. Here's to 2015, may it be chock-full of adventures.
xoxo 

You can find the rest of my posts on abandoned places under the "abandoned" tag.

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24 thoughts

  1. What beautiful images! If you like abandoned places, you should follow this girl on Facebook. She is from Brisbane and has a page devoted to her urban explorations. It is fascinating! :) https://www.facebook.com/AbandonedBrisbane

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  2. Woah, these places look amazing! I love abandoned places, they're so sad but interesting at the same time!
    Emma xo // Wallflower Wardrobe

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  3. Why is there so manu abandoned places? :o Those pictures are so cool I'd like to visit all of them, even though those places look kind of creepy

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  4. The rubber duck factory and the amusement park posts were my favorite. I have a soft spot for abandoned amusement parks.

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    1. Ditto! I would LOVE to explore more of them!

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  5. The rubber duck factory is my favourite!!!! ♥♥♥

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  6. ahh, so many incredible places you've visited! i think the observatory, the church and the amusement park are my favourites. i need to start exploring more to see if there's any places like this near me:-) xx

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  7. yass! this is the perfect post, and one of my top reasons I follow you <3 Happy new year from Norway!

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    1. Thanks, Maria!

      Happy new year to you as well! :)

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  8. Loved all your abandoned places pictures this year, but the Observatory pictures were stunning and stood out to me. So beautiful, you have such a gift in capturing the simple tragedy of these ramshackle places. Thank you for sharing!

    Kim | http://throughthereels.blogspot.com

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  9. Why are those rubber ducks so creepy?!

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  10. I'd love to be an urban explorer but I'm too chicken! It's so great to have blogs like these that let me live vicariously :)
    PS: My favorites are always the ones where you can see nature reclaiming what was left behind, like the amusement park. Though the observatory is amazing, too! And the underground! It's hard to pick a favorite :D

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    1. Haha! Well I'm glad I could help out! :P

      Oh, mine too!! Nature taking back over is my favorite thing to see.

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  11. You make Cleveland look so pretty! Even the abandon spots:)

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    1. I don't have to try too hard! Cleveland IS pretty! :)

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