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Tuesday, 24 September 2013
Opacity Links - Abandoned Places
1856.org - Northampton State Hospital
A large scale project memorializing Northampton State Hospital with photographs, drawings and sound, headed by artist Anna Schuleit .
Incredible photography of many abandoned locations around the globe, by Henk van Rensbergen.
After the Final Curtain
A photographic documentation of the effects of years of neglect and decay in some of America’s greatest theaters, by Matt Lambros.
A feature-length film that traverses through the ruins and relics of abandoned America.
Dark, dreary, and mysterious images of abandonment from Russia.
Berliner Unterwelten e.V.
The leading resource for all things underground in Berlin and beyond. This group has put incredible amounts of time and dedication to documenting the underworld, and has grown to hundreds of members. (website available in various languages)
An Architectural Pathway to Artificial Life
Boreally Exploration Urbaine
Some great photos from abandoned European locations (French site).
Fantastic photography of the underground, abandonments, and outdoor adventure, by Christopher Beauchamp.
Inspiring and mysterious writeups of many abandoned hospitals and other locations in NYC and New England.
Stunning photography of industrial and other urban locations in Germany and Europe by Daniel Hinze (German).
Fallout Urban Exploration
Some great photography and cool New England locations visited from the FUE crew.
Very interesting abandoned places beautifully captured in photographs and wonderfully documented, focusing mostly in Belgium and France.
Great photographs of urban decay in France and other parts of Europe by Yves Marchand. Also check out his other website,
for more outstanding work.
Goddog's Byberry Site
Lots of history, information, and photos of Philadelphia State Hospital.
Mouth-watering UK explorations by Alias
Hours of Darkness
Incredible night and day photography of abandoned and scenic locations in the New England area.
All about going where you aren't supposed to be...
Wonderful photos of the Buffalo area and abroad.
Light Art Performance Photography
Fantastic light painting in both active and abandoned locations.
Straight up NYC Exploration!
Wonderful photos of English asylums, with much attention paid to detail and history within the galleries.
A film by Bryan Papciak featuring Metropolitan State Hospital.
Modern Ruins by Phillip Buehler
Photodocumentation of very unique and interesting abandoned places, mainly in the USA.
Surveying the Interstices of Art and Medicine, Death and Culture.
Great photos from midwest abandonments. Rest in Peace, Seth.
Beautiful and morbid photographs and manipulations in the realm of decay (French site).
New England Ruins
Excellent photographs of many abandoned places by Rob Dobi.
Great European exploration photography, by Jan Stel. Also features interesting collections of abandoned subjects, such as typography and blueprints.
Shaun O'Boyle's Modern Ruins
Intense and beautiful photographs by Shaun O'Boyle.
Incredible photography of abandoned locations and portraits of people within. This site boasts a very large amount of beautiful industrial sites as well. By Klaus Lipinski.
Stages of Decay
An inspiring collection of abandoned stages and theaters, by Julia Solis.
Beautiful and inspiring medical illustrations by Vanessa Ruiz. Also features a great blog featuring human anatomy in medicine, art, and design.
Beautiful photography of Europe's decaying places during the past ten years, by Jos Gruythuysen.
Great photos of abandoned locations in and around the UK.
Drie's beautiful photos with no words to clutter up the view!
The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
Incredible photos of the abandoned areas surrounding Chernobyl, by David McMillan.
NYC bridge climbing, subways, and awesome photographs of these and various abandonments by Steve Duncan.
Stunning photos of Europe's abandoned buildings, by Thierry Buysse.
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