"It is an honorable thought, And makes one lift one's hat, As one encountered gentlefolk Upon a daily street, That we've immortal place, Though pyramids decay, And kingdoms, like the orchard, Flit russetly away."
In this second part of 'The Beauty in Decay' photo collection there is more grittiness and abandonment than color. Some of the places on the following photographs are hidden spots in the island of Puerto Rico transpiring the feel of seclusion with a hint of nostalgia. On the other hand, other photographs included are more of a found object kind of documentation where the subject is more of a transient, evolving, passenger amidst the circumstances where its found. Check out the first part of this article here!