These are pictures I took in Nevada.
I was through this same area about three years ago, but a lot has changed. The pandemic closed world borders, wreaked economic hell on many communities, and saw the ruin of others.
These pictures were taken in Nevada at the Pony Express Schellbourne Station Nevada which was an active Pony Express mail service station in 1859.
Once a bustling outpost, the area later became an RV campground and Motel until it eventually closed down all together.
When you see it today, it’s a ghost town.
I can imagine the recent squatters getting out of the desert heat, or the drunk-ass kids out on a joy ride to smash windows and tag everything they could–because they could.
But… if you stop, close your eyes, and listen–you may be able to hear the voices that whisper through the winds from the past.