Many of the grand churches and cathedrals in Detroit have been abandoned, leaving them open to the elements, scrappers, and people with intentions less than holy. They have also become a place for urban explorers and photographers. We travel to these places in groups, led by those who know the safe places to walk, and avoid the soft, rotting wood underfoot. There still clings to these silent places an echo of the music once played, the vows once spoken, and the prayers of sinners asking for forgiveness.
This photo is printed on Luster photo paper.
Luster Photo Paper