when your heart is an empty room

I am currently obsessed with this collection of photographs that are circling the web.  Taken by New York based artist Andrew Moore, these eerily stunning photos capture the beauty of abandoned buildings in the process of decaying.  Upon viewing the collection, I was particularly enthralled with the special fly-on-the-wall peeks inside various expired theater houses, for the obvious reason that theaters like these are where I feel most at home, but also because I find the juxtaposition of such extravagant interiors in ruins to be incredibly moving.  These theaters have been forgotten and left to their own demise, but if you take the time to enter one and look around, I think you’d realize a whole new type of magic has emerged from under the glistening gold walls.

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