30 Abandoned Places That Look Truly BeautifulApril 18th, 2013
Check out the full picture series at MyScieneAcademy!
Producers and DJs looking depressedFebruar 22nd, 2013
The new aesthetic? Burnout knocking on the door? However, a great collection of pictures!
Dried out rivers in Baja California desert, MexicoJanuar 17th, 2013
Photograph by Adriana Franco
Boom Festival 2012 picturesAugust 5th, 2012
Vom BleibenMärz 12th, 2012
The series Vom Bleiben by German photographer André-Alexander Giesemann could also be entitled The Day After: He captured the rather sober and dull atmosphere of ‘after party’ scenarios in some popular clubs.
All shots © André-Alexander Giesemann
The Mothball FleetJuni 15th, 2011
Great shots from photographer and adventurer Scott Haefner: Suisun Bay, 30 miles northeast of San Francisco, became a ship cemetery for historic marine vessels from WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and Desert Storm. Scott and his friends entered this so called Mothball Fleet and captured its wonderfully creepy End Time atmosphere. Don’t miss to check out the written report about this daring manoeuvres on his site, where heaps of stunning shots from lost places can be found!
All shots © Scott Haefner
Sea TribesMai 11th, 2011
In its retro style, the photography of Ryan Tatar is obviously pretty up-to-date at the moment. But it is not only the smooth, warm and likeable run-down character of his work which I like very much. His shots represent the lifestyle of surfing far better than all that high-end shots of super-cool performance surfers in perfect waves. They simply tell about the everyday life of a huge love for the ocean…
All shots by Ryan Tatar
The weirdest clouds ever capturedJanuar 23rd, 2011
The Ruins Of DetroidDezember 29th, 2010
Nope, despite the title of this article it is not about Techno music… ;) It is about the great photography of Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre which is pretty much my cup of tea: Shots of abandoned houses creating a both fascinating and morbid atmosphere…
All shots by Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre
Weird cities in SiberiaNovember 1st, 2010
(Picture Credit: Elena Chinarina)
Frequent readers of this blog might already know my enthusiasm for ghost towns, abandoned industrial plants and all that stuff. Today I discovered this article about Siberian Nearly-Abandoned & “Ghost” Cities on Dark Roasted Blend, a blog with the superb subtitle Weird & Wonderful Things. The pictures presented are wonderfully weird, they show the atmosphere of some dismal, grotesque science fiction flick and make it hard to believe that there are still people really living in these places in the upper North of Russia.