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Dramatic Black and White Photos of Solitary Moments in Photo Series ‘Man on Earth’ | ExposureGuide.com

Dramatic Black and White Photos of Solitary Moments in Photo Series ‘Man on Earth’ | ExposureGuide.com | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it
Photographer Rupert Vandervell captures solitary moments on the streets of London in his photo series 'Man on Earth'.
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Life In Le Corbusier’s Utopian City

Life In Le Corbusier’s Utopian City | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Shaun Fynn documents the complexities of Chandigarh, India, 70 years after it was conceived as a modernist utopia.

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Deserted London

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From disused train stations to abandoned buildings, there’s some spooky beauty to be found in these pictures of derelict London.

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Delicate Photographs of Loneliness in Tokyo

Delicate Photographs of Loneliness in Tokyo | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Check out Yota Yoshida shots from around Tokyo titled From somewhere, to elsewhere,

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Ghost Town ni Naru

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'Ghost Town ni Naru' is Japanese for 'becoming a ghost town' and is also the title for this series by Jasmin Gendron

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Please Come In, I’ve Got Something Special For You

Please Come In, I’ve Got Something Special For You | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Marvel at the treasures contained in this abandoned, but untouched, house.

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The people of the Arctic Archipelago

The people of the Arctic Archipelago | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

A look at the people and their lives in this remote part of the world

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Abandoned beach turned into a graffiti paradise

Abandoned beach turned into a graffiti paradise | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Elisabeth Blanchet has captured the graffiti that now covers the walls of the Aquatour beach resort that never was

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Western (advertising) influence in Beirut

Western (advertising) influence in Beirut | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Manal Abu-Shaheen's visually engaging series plays with perception and place as she captures the monumental scale of western advertising in juxtaposition to the urban setting of her hometown, Beirut.

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Skating SoCal’s abandoned pools

Skating SoCal’s abandoned pools | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it
When you stumble upon abandoned buildings, there’s something captivating about them. Once filled with life and activity, they now ruin and decay, left to the elements. And if there’s one way to breathe life back
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Portraits of life on the night bus

Portraits of life on the night bus | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

In an ongoing project, Guardian photographer Sarah Lee immerses herself in the world of London’s buses, capturing candid portraits of people during their night-time journeys 

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Humorous Humans

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Marvel at the timing and composition of the late French photographer Rene Maltete

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Creepy Abandoned Buildings With A Horrifying History

Creepy Abandoned Buildings With A Horrifying History | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Creepy locations with a terrifying past that will have you thinking about ghosts and evil spirits.

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Mexico City's deepest hinterlands

Mexico City's deepest hinterlands | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

An excellent photo study that captures the strange scenery on the fringes of Mexico’s capital city

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Photographing the Souls of Megacities

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Martin Roemers has captured life in 22 megacities over eight years for his photo series Metropolis

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David Gaberle's Walking Tour of the World

David Gaberle's Walking Tour of the World | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

In 2015, photographer David Gaberle walked over 2,200 miles through some of the world's most metropolitan areas, photographing people in cities such as New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sydney, London and Seoul.

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The Bizarre Places People Stash Old Lenin Statues

The Bizarre Places People Stash Old Lenin Statues | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Niels Ackermannn has tracked down 70 statues of Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin that were toppled in Ukraine’s quest to rid the landscape of Soviet symbols.

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Minimalist, Spacious, Snapshots of the World

Minimalist, Spacious, Snapshots of the World | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Jacqui Kenny is one of tens of millions of people worldwide living with agoraphobia, and in spite of the fear it causes her, she longs to travel the world and capture these scenes.

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Fairy Tale from Russia

Fairy Tale from Russia | Urban Decay Photography | Scoop.it

Cinematic, dream-like shots of Russia—none of them staged—speak to the cardinal importance of composition and the subtle art of 'becoming part of the interior'

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