This is my photography series about dark decayed rooms. I made theses photos during the last four years when exploring many abandoned places in France. I wanted to capture their past greatness.
Each one of these windows I have peered through and each one on their own has its own unique story, some are over 200 years old. I am based in Tasmania Australia and take pictures of abandoned places.
This abandoned mall in Bangkok, Thailand, hides an unlikely secret behind it's walls - it is home to thousands of fish, which roam the mall's flooded floor freely. During the rainy season, the mall quickly flooded with water, which created a...
El Torre de David, a towering 45-story skyscraper in the center of the Venezuelan capital of Caracas, is a towering monument to the country's crippling banking crisis and to the poverty experienced by the majority the city's population. Although the building...
Local graffiti artists turned this abandoned, decaying hotel into an "alternative" art exhibition. I had no idea how many pieces were in this building so, after making my way to the roof, I slowly explored every floor and room on my...
Belgium, although tiny compared to its European neighbours, has a wealth of ruins to explore and is considered to be an urban exploration Mecca. Ranging from goliath industrial structures to quaint country houses, Belgium really is the centre of the decaying...
Italy's forgotten ruins of a past full of memories. Orphanages, hospitals, villas, mortuaries and industrial complexes left for Mother Nature to decide their fate.
While some monuments are well taken care of and protected, those that are partially or even completely run-down often are the most interesting. Here's are some of the most ghostly abandoned places around the world. Beneath all the dust, rust and...
We love showing you street artists who push the boundaries of their art form, and Brazilian artist Herbert Baglione loves to deliver. When in Parma, Italy, Baglione took the opportunity to visit a local abandoned psych ward and fill it with...
Maša Kores lives in Slovenia likes taking photographs of decaying structures. Her subject matter may not appeal to many, but for her, abandoned building hold the same beauty as a perfect sunset.