The road less traveled is not in the best shape, and that’s okay, because it leads to gold.
Follow author Jerry Winnett on his photographic adventures across the state of Tennessee as he searches for abandoned roadside gold. No building is ever truly abandoned.
People still frequent them and leave evidence of their passing, such as bottles of beer, graffiti, trash, furniture, and campfires. These treasures—old boats, empty houses, silent graves, and more—are all out there, just waiting to be explored and give up their ghosts. So, take a day and take a chance.
Lose yourself in what was and discover the beauty in the forgotten.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Jerry Winnett is a photographer, painter, and designer. He is not an author, so to speak; however, he is a storyteller and enjoys an audience. He loves his tales of abandoned places, and relishes tales of roadside surprises. There are few things he gets a kick out of more than telling his listeners about exploring an empty house filled with children’s toys and rotting floors. Are these tales true? Are they fabrications? Since he is a photographer, he is able to show his audience photographic proof of his tales from the forgotten.