Leftover bones are everywhere. They are throughout our surrounding communities, towns, and cities. They are residual pieces of history and decay, of the days gone by. They can be found driving down backroads, walking down spooky alleyways, and investigating abandoned homes and businesses.
We are usually too busy with the hustle and bustle of everyday life to notice. Some, if not all, of these leftover bones will be treated as an eyesore or a nuisance and will eventually be destroyed without ever being documented by pen, paper, or photography.
Documenting these remaining formations through her own eyes and a photo lens, the author and photographer of this book, April Wood Holdridge, invites you to join her as she tries to slow time enough for you to appreciate the magnificence of the descent of the days gone by.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
April Wood Holdridge is a self-taught artist from Dadeville, Alabama. She works in many different mediums but focuses primarily on landscape, cemetery, and urbex photography. She is also an avid painter, working primarily in acrylic paint using both brush and palette knife techniques. April is inspired by history, her faith, and raising awareness to end the stigma surrounding mental health. As an artist, April believes in giving back to her community. She has worked with or hosted events for Creation Plantation, the Joy to Life Foundation, the Hudson Family Foundation, Project Uplift, and the City of Dadeville.
PUBLISHER: America Through Time
SERIES: America Through Time
DIMENSIONS: 9.25 (w) x 6.5 (h)