Photographer Seph Lawless made some shots of an old amusement park Bushkill Park located in Northeastern Pennsylvania just outside the city of Easton. It was opened in 1902 and operated until 2004 when it was struck by a devastating flood. It has been hit by three consecutive floods since and it has been closed since 2006. Judging by these photos, it looks like a ghost town now.
Interesting photo project, called “Retracing Our Steps,” was done by two French photographers Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bression. They asked people who were forcefully evacuated from the Fukushima region to return to the places they once knew to help photographers make their project. They said that the "The idea behind these almost surreal photographs was to combine the banal and the unusual."