Being confronted by spaces in Detroit

The snow has rendered everything beautiful in Detroit. What remains of a once flourishing society, culture and industry has now become obsolete by force of time. One force of time acts through nature, allowing it to gradually take over the domains of human activity. Another is the momentum of history resulting in the decline of this city. This bareness turns architecture into a monument of tragedy of contemporary America.

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2 Responses to Being confronted by spaces in Detroit

  1. yuko says:

    I went to Detroit in December… a beautiful place… struggling but not without hopes and possibilities …

    • Katie says:

      Your photographs of Detroit are beautiful, and what a truly unique and fascinating history to the city. I can picture everything about the place, people and buildings from this and your descriptions above, thanks.

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