Once a Carousel

While in Hill Country we passed through Johnson City and encountered this massive group of buildings just begging to be photographed.  The wow factor made it a little difficult to hone in and photograph.  Even now I can’t find the words that would accurately describe this scene.

These buildings while each having their own character and design were all inter-connected by either sharing a wall or through the means of bridges and balconies.  It really appeared to be a single bar or club strategically divided providing different themes.  I can only imagine that the insides of these buildings are just as fantastic as the outside and to say I would love to get inside and photograph them is an understatement.

Around the grounds of these buildings are more odds and ends.  The image today is of the hidden inner workings found in the shell of a carousel.  The remnants of the rusting metal consisted of the outer fence and the skeletal poles and bars.

Once a Carousel

Once a Carousel

About Brett Cox

Photographic Artist exploring this wonderful world through my lens.
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1 Response to Once a Carousel

  1. Earl Hawkins says:

    Could be the orginal plan’s for a telescope mount that rotated. Who know??

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