Deconstructed-A Photo-Book

Originally Published October 3rd, 2018

Hey Gang!

“I made another book, they just can’t stop me.”

I made another book. They just can’t stop me. This one is called “Deconstructed”.

“On the morning of June 4th, 2018, the former McCray factory complex burned to the ground. The destruction left a vast smoldering scab of charred wet brick, exposed graffiti, collapsed kaleidoscope doorways and blackened metal pipes that jousted into the air like crooked witch’s fingers. Ashes from the blaze floated across the train tracks to the Historic Downtown area, causing officials to close the streets.” —Deconstructed

“This is a photo of the photo book that I made with these cameras and that hat.”
Deconstructed is a 6×9 photo book with over 70 black and white pages.

“Deconstructed is a collection of both film and digital images that I’ve captured over the years.”



“If you like photos of old buildings that nobody cares about, you’ll love this.”

If you’re into this sort of thing and you’d like a copy of the book, I have some prints to go along with the book. The prints are photos that are in the book.





You can also follow my 365 photo journey on instagram @timothymichaelphoto.

Thank you for your time and patience.



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