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check these photos out by urban explorer photographer Niki Feijen
- click on the gallery - he's recorded some amazing finds - rooms left as they were, just nature to take over and add that layer of dust/damp/decay. I don't think there's much around like that in the UK
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Super set of images in one of those links loved to sheet covers on the church 'guests'.
Some amazing images there, thanks.
Jealous of those locations? Moi?
Some nice subjects, just not sure I like the processing. They feel a little overdone for me.
Quote: They feel a little overdone for me.
It's a matter of taste. I think this is one subject where over-cooked works well
I agree with Pete on this one. There are few subjects that are more suitable for this slightly overdone treatment. It accentuates and brings forth details. Especially if done in true hdr style, not just tone-mapping.
Top notch photography, but don't think I' go to Chernobyl even for these locations
Quote: I don't think there's much around like that in the UK
Yes amazing, just like this documentary I posted a while ago, good viewing as well
Wow,some stunning stuff in there Pete...would I like to get my camera in some of those places ?.....you bet I would !!!!!!
Now that would make a wonderful project.
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