Abandoned Eastern Nebraska: Rural Wandering

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If you have ever driven past an old farmstead or building and wondered why it was left to waste away, then you know the rush abandoned explorers get with every new place they come across. That intrigue never really goes away; in fact, it can grow into an obsession of capturing the memories that once were. Nicole Renaud has wandered all over Eastern Nebraska to capture the best parts of the weathered, decayed, and crumbling buildings that hold memories for many, such as Prairie Peace Park, Devils Nest ski resort, and a massive slaughterhouse. Eastern Nebraska is also filled with schools, churches, factories, countless homesteads, and entire towns that have been forgotten.
ISBN: 9781634992305
Format: Paperback
Publisher: America Through Time
State: Nebraska
Series: America Through Time
Images: 140
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
NICOLE RENAUD has been fascinated by the forgotten since her childhood. It started at antique shops and flea markets her parents would frequent as she grew up. As high school rolled around, she was into anything and everything photography, but her favorite was film developing in the dark room. This provided an outlet for her fascination of old churches, farmsteads, and any building that was abandoned and crumbling. Fast forward ten years or so, and it has become an amazing hobby for her and her husband. While he does video, Nicole is behind the camera trying to preserve any bit of memories left behind at the places they find. You can follow her on Instagram @rural.wandering.animal.lover.
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