John Nelson's Architecture Posts

My Dad and I took my girls “exploring” with us around the White River. The girls picked up seashells along the river while Dad I photographed them and the…

The ruins of Monte Ne. The remains of a health resort built along the shores of the White River in the early 1900's. When the river was dammed to create Beaver…

The final shots of my trip to the TB sanitarium in Booneville (I know y'all have LOVED the series!). Once shrouded with decaying lives, it is now shrouded in it…

This room is believed to have been the autopsy room. The toilet shown here is about twice the size of an industrial toilet, with a drain roughly 2-3 times the…

The 5th floor of the TB sanitarium was used as the area for the most sick patients. One wing was specifically for kids. This was their play room, with a small…

Part of the basement of the TB sanitarium. Originally, it was the cold storage area of the kitchen. Since, it has lovingly become the Alive/Death doors in the…

Tonight, I went on a paranormal investigation at an old Tuberculosis Sanitarium in Booneville, AR. A coworker leads a team of investigators to this site a…

This run-down, abandoned house sits in the middle of Cave Springs. Which is apparently my favorite town around Northwest Arkansas, as I've photographed about 90…

The columns at the University of Arkansas' Mullins' Library have always fascinated me. I've never tried photographing the repeating line pattern of them, but…

I've been exploring other venues of photography lately, as I suck at portraits (and subsequently, weddings) and there's not a ton of money in landscapes. A…

This old barn in Boxley Valley is a great old barn. It has everything you'd expect of old barns: broken slats, worn wood, car parts strewn across the side, &…

Cave Springs may be the biggest jewel of interestingness I've ever seen. In a 200 foot stretch of city, there's roughly a zillion different textures, forms, and…

Harber High School in Springdale, Arkansas in one of the largest (if not the largest) high school in Arkansas. It's a beautiful structure, despite what these…

This old barn sits next to a new road in Rogers. What used to be nothing but field is quickly becoming commercial development, leaving this barn isolated in…

Thorncrown Chapel [thorncrown.com] in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is an architectural landmark. It was designed by E. Fay Jones, an architectural legend, with…
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