If you’ve ever been in a mostly empty mall, you know how strange it can feel to walk among a space that’s only half alive. But what about when a mall is completely abandoned? That’s even more surreal. Dilapidated store fronts. Shattered glass. Motionless escalators. Shriveled plants. It’s not every day you see once bustling shopping centers abandoned to decay in silence and squalor. A Cleveland photographer, who goes by the pseudonym Seph Lawless, broke into these forgotten relics of the Rust Belt with his camera in tow and wants to document with his photo series, “Black Friday,” the troubled times his native city of Cleveland and other areas are up against.