Exploring Detroit – St. Agnes Cathedral and the Surrounding Neighborhood

On June 22nd I went out with Andrew of Detroit Proper Photography and my girlfriend Jennifer to see some more Abandoned Structures in Detroit. Our first stop was somewhere near Robinwood Street, which has been dubbed as one of the most abandoned neighborhoods in Detroit. We didn’t stop there too long, as we were heading towards one more building and then exploring St. Agnes and the Brewster Douglass Recreational Center.

Abandoned House House in Detroit near tire factory
Abandoned House House in Detroit near tire factory

Abandoned Bedroom in Detroit, no.2
Abandoned Bedroom in Detroit, no.2

St Agnes Church Worship Area Panoramic sharp 2014
St Agnes Church Worship Area Panoramic sharp 2014

St. Agnes Sanctuary
St. Agnes Sanctuary

St. Agnes Remaining Pew
St. Agnes Remaining Pew

St Agnes Church Worship Stage 2014
St Agnes Church Worship Stage 2014

St Agnes Church Wall 2014
St Agnes Church Wall 2014

St Agnes Hallway to School
St Agnes Hallway to School

St Agnes Church Sanctuary in Detroit Stairs to nowhere and the basement
St Agnes Church Sanctuary in Detroit Stairs to nowhere and the basement

The three shots of houses seen below were shot in daylight but I found them to look much more interesting under pseudo-moonlight in some post-production.

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