Copper-coated pennies deteriorate after exposure to the elements.
This person was a truck driver. The sun-exposed side of their face from the driver’s side window shows damage to the skin.
Their dog passed away after 13 years. He wore this vaccination tag on his collar his entire life.
The marble floors of a bank have been worn down by people standing at the teller windows.
These are steps that belong to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Hundreds of years have worn down the marble.
The entire door has been worn through by this bell.
The lamp post magnifies the sun and burns a line in the grass throughout the day.
They moved their rug for the first time in 16 years. The sunlight bleached the exposed wood.
A science museum needed to replace the handle at an exhibit after 15 years of wear.
They’ve literally worn out their welcome.
This dad was using the same shaving brush for 30 years. He found an original, unused version of the same brand online.
Constant wear has exposed the many colors that this door has been painted.
“My carpet is from the 70s and has never been replaced. This is the fastest way to the food.”
No one likes the middle seat. No one.
Wind has whipped these plants back and forth so much that they’ve worn away the wood.
This amusement park ride has seen many fairs and carnivals.
Many games of dominoes have been played over the years on this table.
Absolutely zero traction is left on the floor of this subway car.
No stairs? That’s okay. We’ll make some.
The sustain pedal doesn’t look like it can sustain much longer.
After cubicles were dismantled, the walkways between them became visible.
Grandpa removed his wedding band for the first time 55 years.
Items sliding across this checkout counter have worn away the surface.
“When my brother was born in 1985, my mother purchased two identical teddy bears. The one on the left has been my brother’s for 30 years, the one on the right has been kept in storage for my brother’s first child who was born today.”
A lamp pole has gained quite a few inches in diameter from posters over the years.
A man carried this silver dollar in his pocket since 1952
The markings left from stirring a spoon in a coffee mug over time.
This fax machine/scanner has been scarred by thousands of paper cuts over the years.
A brand new, crisp bundle of bills versus used ones.
Fifteen years of rust accumulation has turned this one-inch pipe into half its size.