American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Lesbian.

I Ain’t Came To Los Angeles Just To Die

I Ain't Came To Los Angeles Just To Die

March 2012

26 responses to “I Ain’t Came To Los Angeles Just To Die”

  1. The caption made me let out a laugh, definitely this isn’t a good place for survival. Staying out will be a lot better for occupants.

  2. I imagine that to remodel this place it would take too long, I prefer to demolish it and start a new construction, so it will not give me so much nostalgia to fix what is already damaged.

  3. This is really distroyed above light repair. Really looks like the building will be put down. Cant put my head here at all

  4. This would take a long renovation to make this a good place again to stay. This is not good when rain starts falling.

  5. This looks a mess, I’m sure this can be renovated to have a good place to live again. Though messy but the shot is real.

  6. This is beyond destroy. I can’t still figure out what’s really happening here.

  7. Beyond the wall paper, the walls are damaged too. Looks like a water affected area. Cant see myself step into this room. Thanks for sharing guy

  8. this looks like it was abandoned for years. its a good shot though, i just hope that there’s another subject.

  9. I cannot even believe that this is in Los Angeles. Either way it looks like a battle just broke loose. This house is a wreck. Is there a slum area in LA? Usually in my country slums have houses like these.

  10. Wow, If I had to think in a place ruined this would fit perfectly… too bad that this places get abandoned to get deteriorated.

  11. Looks like everything is in shambles. I wonder if the caption is meant to induce a state of hope or sorrow. Great concept illustrated here.

  12. I wouldn’t consider coming myself if I was coming to such a place. Requires a lot of attention.

  13. The wallpaper must have looked lovely when it was new. It’s sad seeing it in this state.

  14. Your dedication to your work is very impressive. I hope you continue with the same vigor.

  15. It’s like the house was being demolished but the job was never completed. Actually it could fall apart any time.

  16. This entire place should be salvaged for its wood. That is all it is good for in this state.

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