There's something inherently mysterious about abandoned places, especially those long-forgotten buildings, vessels and objects that have their own mysterious tales to tell. Here are 10 of our favourites.
Hashima was abandoned in 1974 and left to the elements. Storms, time, and decay have resulted in collapsed buildings that feel inhabited by the ghosts of the miners who used to live there. Here's a tour.
Image: LeiV Photo; the abandoned Ferrari Belgium-based urban exploration photographer LeiV Photo captured these interesting – perhaps even tear-jerking – scenes of classic cars slowly rusting away into oblivion in a barn or garage at an...
In this article, we thought we'd feature this charming abandoned turf house, the form of which is rather common on the Icelandic landscape. The post Green Design: Abandoned Turf House in Iceland appeared first on Urban Ghosts Media.
In this series at great inspire you are going to see interesting photography of abandoned buildings. Romain Veillon from Paris. He has been photographing abandoned buildings in last four years for his project “Ask the Dust”.
Famous for lace, bikes and its temperamental sheriff, Nottingham is one of the UK’s great Midlands cities. But not everything in modern Nottingham and its surrounding area is bustle and life, as these 10 abandonments demonstrate.
What happens to our belongings when we die? If this abandoned treasure trove of a home in Brisbane - known as Moyra's House - is anything to go by, the fruit of our labours in some cases remains where we left it, slowly gathering dust.
Some of the greatest mysteries in life surround the lives of individuals, strangers we'll never know or meet. We don't know their secrets or history, but how these elements form them is one of the most beautiful parts of life.
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