Photo of ’14th and U St, NW 1988′ by Michael Horsley
Thanks to a friend of mine for sending this incredible link to a flickr series called ‘Hidden Washington DC’. The description says:
“From 1985 to 1988 I wandered the streets of Washington DC photographing the unseen and vanishing moments of the city. These images lay dormant in the archives until I realized that they needed to be brought to life before the persons and spaces are totally lost to entropy and time.”
They are absolutely fascinating. See them all here.
And many thanks to Mr. Horsley for allowing me to post a couple of his great photos.
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