Long Exposure Photograph of a hidden gem found in none other than in Gary, Indiana. Don’t let the handfuls of peeling paint frighten you. The abandoned utility building designed by renowned architect George W. Maher is as beautiful as it is endangered. Empty since the ’90s, there have been rumors that some Chicagoans want to breathe new life into its bones. Blue and green flashlights dance and play around with the nocturnal street noise bursting through the window panes.
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