Tree stumps that extend for miles left from the eruption of Mount St Helens.
The weekly photo challenge is a step outside of my usual style. Living by myself, I tend to avoid anything that is “eerie.” In my photos, you will see places I’ve visited that have left me feeling uncomfortable. The images themselves may not look scary, but the events that took place in them were, or there is an unknown element. Mouse over the photos to learn more about each location.
What is your perspective?
200,000 little lightbulbs represent the people deported from France during World War II.ing the
The mystery of Stonehenge. Why is it here? How did it get here?
These are the wheatfields that Van Gogh shot himself. I’ve never felt such a strong connection to someone I’ve never met.
The wall is filled with pictures of the children of the holocaust.
The postcard comes from the Anne Frank House. Otto Frank stands alone.
9th Ward, New Orleans
In the photo you can see the spray paint indicating number of deaths on the houses 5 years after the hurricane consumed the area.
This foundation once held a home and a family.
Tombstones that continue as far as the eye can see.
Entrance gate to Dachau concentration camp.
A sculpture showing people throwing themselves on the electric fence to escape.
Ashes seem to still remain on the furnaces in the crematorium.
Feet extended in pain.
A sign reading bath house misleads people to their death.