Ruins of a Colonial Gaol

Somewhere while sailing through the islands near New Celdonia, we came across this beautiful ruined prison in the forest, long sinced abandoned except for the ghosts of incarcerated souls. It was a French colonial prison. Why is it places of horror and suffering look beautiful when they are dead and gone to ruin?            Read more

urban ruins

Photographing decaying buildings just before they are demolished is not an easy thing. It’s got to be safe. It’s got to be apparently open. The real question is why. Why is there a whole genre of photography called Urbex (urban exploration) that has produced some of the most haunting images of buildings in decay, all over the world? There is nothing like being inside an old building slated for demolition. The remnants of the past are most visible and openRead more