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Always love taking pics from trains, specially when they are old and in not that good shape. These are taken in Baasrode ( a tip from Bjorn to go have a look…

In the buildings below Duga. Much of the equipment was either removed by the Soviet military or looted. Every season more and more of the building succumbs to…

This was taken last year, I haven't been out shooting much for the last few months. First, up close, it looks like those 3D folded paper bells they used to…

Our Sunday jaunt in the car took us to two villages with very similar names. Hatfield Broad Oak is a true chocolate box English village – lots of quirky old…

Over the weekend I finally dug my bicycle out of the garage and we pumped up the tyres. It was blowing a hoolie at the time, so it went straight back in the…

In my bid to extract every last photographic possibility from my tulip I focused today on the stem and the final petal. With a piece of tissue paper over the…

Today I post two (in my attempt to stay true to my 30-day challenge). The first seemed to me to be not unlike a map of a hitherto unknown continent. (Vaguely…

Just like abandoned buildings, abandoned vehicles peak my interest and gets me wondering what the story behind them is. So many are well onto private property…

I really enjoy driving the backroads looking for old buildings. Unfortunately, every year more and more are either taken down or lost to weather and decay. Each…

The Chernobyl disaster was a nuclear accident that occurred on 26 April 1986 at the No. 4 nuclear reactor in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, near the city of…

Down near Prescott lurks a farm with many car carcasses. The owner opens the farm to photographers once a season so off we went. There were endless…
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