A derelict George Washington is a shadow of his former glory, after the Presidents Park in Virginia closed in 2010.
Washington's bust is joined by dozens of other former U.S. presidents who were rescued by concrete businessman Howard Hankins.
Hankins, who helped build the original sculpture park, didn't have the heart to destroy the busts when the tourist attraction closed, and instead moved them to his property in Williamsburg, Virginia.
What appears to be former U.S. President Bill Clinton, peers out from far left.
Photographer Patrick Joust asked to visit the surreal site, taking along his wife and two-year-old son.
"It was interesting to see my son's reaction to them, since he obviously had no sense of who these people were," said Joust.
"His presence made the photo shoot feel a lot more playful. Since we do so much lionizing of our founding fathers and presidents, it's quite striking to see all of these men collected together in such humble circumstances."
If Hankins' dream of a new Presidents Park comes true, he also hopes to add sculptures of Barack Obama, the next U.S. President, and all the First Ladies.