Some of you know that I do night photography. I do numerous kinds of night photography, though, including landscapes with Milky Ways and, really, anything with beautiful or fascinating foregrounds.
But one of the things I love to do is photograph abandoned areas on or near a full moon. It's fascinating to think about what sort of history the place has. Although decaying out in the elements of the desert, I find a certain beauty in this.
Grange Hall, Mojave DesertKen Lee Photography - Flickr
Houses buried in sand, Mojave DesertKen Lee Photography - Flickr
Dismantled, abandoned airplane, decommissioned WWII airfield, Central CaliforniaKen Lee Photography - Flickr
Abandoned airplane, Southwest Desert (now this is the one exception here in that it was not photographed during a full moon, but just the opposite, when the moon was not out at all)Ken Lee Photography - Flickr