The latest issue of Preservation magazine features the work of Detroit photographer Eric Smith. Eric utilizes High Dynamic Range Imaging - a form of computer-processed photography - to create richly colored and deeply textured photographs. Some of his coolest work focuses on decaying urban structures, like Detroit's abandoned Michigan Central Station. Eric's photos of the train station truly defy description, but the first word that came to my mind was "chilling".
Check them out for yourself at www.ericsmith.us .