By Timmy Odejimi
UNNERVING images offer a glimpse into the crumbling remains of a deserted twentieth century Methodist church.
The eerie pictures show the desolate state of the holy place, with most of its interior damaged from years of abandonment.
One image shows the garden area of the Holloman Park Methodist Episcopal church filled with different statues, from the Moai human figures to religious figurines such as the Hindu seated Ganesh and the famous Buddhist Guatama Buddha.
Other pictures display the interior which is a hoard of various figurines, antique clocks and arcade machines. These shots were captured in Miami, Florida, United States, by urban exploration photographer, Bullet (28), on a Nikon D910 with a 14-24mm lens.
“What can be seen in the pictures is the decay and decline of our buildings and infrastructure,” said Bullet.
“The building has been for sale since 2015 and there are apparently plans for it to be demolished.
“With these pictures, I really wanted people to see the part of Miami they don’t usually see.
“When people think of Miami, they usually associate it with beaches and nightlife, not abandoned buildings.”
In previous years, the place of sanctuary has been home to different churches such as El Templo El Rey Jesus and La Iglesia Bautista Libre Renacer.
Bullet faced some problems while trying to gain access into the abandoned church building.
“I had to scale over a 15-foot stone wall, the wall surrounding the garden area which I nearly twisted my ankle jumping from the top of it,” said Bullet.
“I love seeing things others never see or even think about.”