minnerphotography The St. Roch chapel is located in a cemetery in New Orleans. It is filled with prosthetics and the crutches of those who visited the chapel to ask St. Roch for help with their disease or deformities. People would come to the chapel and leave behind things such as glass eyeballs. Their reason for leaving these crutches and prosthetics is to show a sign of gratitude to St. Roch. 13h

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minnerphotography The St. Roch chapel is located in a cemetery in New Orleans. It is filled with prosthetics and the crutches of those who visited the chapel to ask St. Roch for help with their disease or deformities. People would come to the chapel and leave behind things such as glass eyeballs. Their reason for leaving these crutches and prosthetics is to show a sign of gratitude to St. Roch. 3d

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minnerphotography The St. Roch chapel is located in a cemetery in New Orleans. It is filled with prosthetics and the crutches of those who visited the chapel to ask St. Roch for help with their disease or deformities. People would come to the chapel and leave behind things such as glass eyeballs. Their reason for leaving these crutches and prosthetics is to show a sign of gratitude to St. Roch. 6d

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minnerphotography St Louis Cemetery 1 in New Orleans. It is estimated over 100,000 people are buried in this small cemetery. The bodies would naturally cremate inside each tomb allowing for a new body to be placed in one year after burial. 1w

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minnerphotography Sometimes you do a baby announcement shoot and well, someone gets jealous about the news of a new sibling.
This is Kyle Brodziak of the St. Louis Blues and his awesome family. What an honor to be able to help capture these moments for them. This was a few months ago so Nicole said I was safe to post it now haha.
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minnerphotography In honor of Kyle Brodziak with the St Louis Blues after last nights incredible win. Here is a photo shoot I did with this awesome family! @nbrodziak a thanks for letting me capture these memories. You guys are incredible to work with!
Hope 28 is in St Louis for many years to come!
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minnerphotography Abandoned Mo Prison
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minnerphotography The Throne
Going into C Hall. Such a cool and light feeling in the actual "lobby" area with the blue and white colors. Here the inmates were also allowed to paint their cells. Even their toilets were painted to match their choice of color.
The Missouri State Penitentiary, also known as "The Walls", was a prison in Jefferson City, Missouri, that operated from 1836-2004. Part of the Missouri Department of Corrections, it served as the state of Missouri's primary maximum security institution. Before it closed, it was the oldest operating penal facility west of the Mississippi River and was infamously referred to as the "bloodiest 47 acres in America".
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minnerphotography The Missouri State Penitentiary, also known as "The Walls", was a prison in Jefferson City, Missouri, that operated from 1836-2004. Part of the Missouri Department of Corrections, it served as the state of Missouri's primary maximum security institution. Before it closed, it was the oldest operating penal facility west of the Mississippi River and was infamously referred to as the "bloodiest 47 acres in America". They do tours of this place but I was lucky enough to have it to myself and a friend for 5 hours a few months ago. 4w

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minnerphotography One of my favorite images of this location. Abandoned farm house built in the 1800's 2mon

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minnerphotography Abandoned MO farm house I shot last week. 2mon

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minnerphotography Often we only see things from an outward experience. We often don't take the time to really look into things that make us feel good at first sight. We want things to be given to us. We are in a now generation and culture. Sometimes we have to stop, meditate and consider all the possibilities and where those possibilities will guide us.
This is an abandoned farmhouse that someone told me about that I really needed. I went alone and just allowed myself to be engulfed in the beauty within the stress and collapse of this home built in the 1800's.
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