(721) Winter mallscapes

sheridanJust as Target’s 133-store self-erasure from Canada picks up force we come across a photo essay of US malls so dead the snow gets into them.

Surreal photos of abandoned, snow-filled malls show the death of an era in America. More eerie than nostalgic, the images show the passing of the age of the American shopping mall—and the broader upheaval that this represents

image: around the corner from the suburban-poverty.com publishing complex is the (long time) dry fountain on the lower level of Sheridan Centre in Mississauga.  A worker died  during the installation of the mall’s Target store.