A wall of power panels stripped of breakers, copper and purpose lay exposed within the heart of the Globe Trading Company in downtown Detroit.
A view of the Brewster Projects in Detroit as seen from the recreation center of the same name.
Ironically, the "WAR IS OVER" poster, made famous by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 sits attached one of the pillars of the center even as the city continues to look like a war zone and a population under siege.
A beautiful matrix of steel beams holds up the vacant remains of the Globe Trading Company in downtown Detroit.
Heavy machinery eats away at the proverbial "elephant" known as the Brewster Projects, in Detroit.
As the efforts unfold, huge water cannons do their best to keep the dust and debris at bay.
Not far from Grand River, in downtown Detroit, a shadowy underpass...home to artists and indigents alike.
A glowing bed of moss covers the once active floor of the Globe Trading Company in Detroit, Michigan.
A towering canvas and exposed sky provides inspiration to urban artists who strive to leave their mark and explore their own creativity.
The afternoon rays of sunlight coming through the exposed roof of the Globe Trading Company in downtown Detroit casts a warm spotlight on the artists canvas and exterior windows.
One of my favorite images, full of life and vibrance and some of the best art work inside the Globe Trading Company.
Even inside the remains of a near 100 year old building we can't escape...the Construction Zone.
What lies at the top of the stairs for those brave enough to take the journey?