If you have ever gone for a drive around rural Prince Edward Island, you would have noticed that the rural landscape is littered with abandoned buildings. Tony Gallant began to get curious about these properties and started investigate them, looking for signs of thier past. He began to not only photograph the homes, buildings or barns that have been abandoned on P.E.I, but post what he found on his Facebook page. The result is a curious collection of images of the homes and what is left of the former inhabitants, leaving the reader to only imagine the stories they hold.
About the author
Tony Gallant is a freelance photographer with a keen interest in documenting local past history.He has lived most of his life in Prince County at the western end of Canada’s smallest province and birth place of Confederation, Prince Edward Island. In January of 2012, Tony began documenting properties that have been abandoned and continue to disappear from the landscape. He describes these dilapidated old houses, barns and buildings as, “little time capsules dotted all across our Island”. Tony and his wife Judy live on a 3 acre woodlot in Brockton and have raised 4 children, Cory, Jamie, Amy Lynn and Tyler.