For the last 3 years I have been documenting the slow decay of a hotel on Andros, an island in the Bahamas, that has been abandoned for the last 40 or so years. These images are from my last excursion. At this point, I generally know how much it will change from visit to visit, but there are still surprises. This time, for instance, I was greeted by a termite mound in one of the hotel rooms that had fallen through the ceiling; it was the size of an armchair. There were also more bats than I had seen in the past, which was very cool. My friend Virmeano accompanied me, and it was my first time taking a companion. It is interesting how your photo methodology changes with the addition of someone else in your “hunting party.” When I am alone, I do not think twice about walking over piles of broken glass or blindly walking into rooms; I am much more cautious after I hear someone behind me gasp dramatically.