A grand abandoned bath house in Bulgaria
An art-deco abandoned theatre in Bulgaria.
A quaint abandoned farmhouse in Luxembourg.
An abandoned power station in Germany that was part of a paper mill.
A power station in an abandoned mine complex in France.
A large abandoned power station in Italy with a stunning control room.
An abandoned time capsule hidden away in Norfolk.
A brief walk around of Windlestone Hall an abandoned mansion in the North East of England. Sadly it has taken a lot of damage from vandals and thieves, who have even taken parts of the roof creating a lot of damage inside.
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The view from abandonment. Many abandoned buildings are set in beautiful locations with stunning vista's. Some more grand than others.
No more morning coffees, romantic dinners while watching the setting sun. No more watching the sunrise with a glass of wine after a crazy night out. These balconies lie empty and restless.
A large amount of balconies can be found here as it was built as a sanatorium and air baths were considered the best form of treatment for tuberculosis.
The view of this stunning building from a balcony of this old sanatorium. A very interesting building which is certainly out of place in Norfolk UK
The balcony which leads from the bedroom at a large doctors house in Germany. I can imagine the doctor and his wife having breakfast here in the morning before the days work.
The million euro view from an abandoned villa in Switzerland. The perfect view to wake up to before a hard days exploring in the sun.
Another balcony on the huge Beelitz site. This building is around a mile away from the building posted above.
The stunning forest view from an abandoned care home in Germany.
The view of the chapel on a balcony of a large abandoned school in France.
The balcony of an abandoned sanatorium in France set in a beautiful forest.
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A short timelapse film of the abandoned Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory. Shot using basic a basic timelapse function on the camera and using a simple clockwork panning device. I spent a lot of time here at the end of the summer and into the autumn shooting. Which will be coming at a later date.
A large abandoned house in a quiet area of a Belgian Town.
A small collection of old cars left in a kind mans rear yard.
An abandoned farmhouse in a quiet Belgian village hides a strange secret. It contains one huge taxidermy collection.
Set on the river of Liege we find the abandoned HFB steelworks.
Hidden in a large abandoned steelworks in Belgium lies a power station with some ace control rooms and great views.
Stored away in an abandoned factory in Belgium is a fine selection of abandoned textile machines.
Abandoned places are often overgrown.
More often outside than in. However on the odd occasion it does appear or work its way inside.
Usually creeping in through window frames or broken panes.
Sometimes though you find the less ordinary. From mould or fungi, a lone sprout and even full on plant life.
Here is a selection of my favourite shots where nature has taken over.
A large amount of mould growing on the windowsill in this abandoned Belgian monastery.
A serious amount of overgrowth in this derelict fort in Belgium.
A lone sprout in a warehouse of a large unused factory in the UK.
Overgrowth creeping in to this bedroom in an abandoned UK farmhouse.
Moss on the floor and even the ceiling in this derelict military barracks in Germany.
An injection of green as plant life creeps in through the window of this abandoned UK hospital.
A grass carpet covers the floor of this room in a derelict asylum in Wales.
The fine overgrowth here seems like an alien lifeform spreading across the room in this bedroom of an abandoned RAF base in the UK.
Vines spreading over the rustic kitchen sink in this abandoned Manor house in the UK.
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The Urbex photography scene is predominantly big wide epic shots with front to back sharpness, a bit of blur makes a break from the norm.
Around Christmas 2013 I bought a Samsung NX1100 CSM. It was quite a bargain and nice and small. The idea of it was an every day camera. Much easier than carrying round an SLR. Later inthe year I got a 16mm 2.4 lens for it and I love it. Really straight lines and beautiful soft bokeh.
It is great for a first post of a new location, a small tease of what its really like due to the shallow DOF and a lot of the image being out of focus.
Here is a small selection of images I have taken with this lens/camera combo.
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I hope you enjoyed as part two is well underway.