Abandoned and Decay by Urban Explorer Urbex-Design Insanity
Meet the Dutch Photographer Mandy van Sundert who fell in love with Urban Exploring and is posting her Urbex adventures as Urbex-Design Insanity. She loves to get in her car and drive to abandoned places and capture the decay of those places or the things that are left behind in rooms.
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What an abanded mall looks like in every season
Photographer Seph Lawless wanted to capture a dismantled mall in Akron, Ohio, in various stages of decay throughout the different seasons in a year. His images are part of his upcoming book Black Friday - Seasons in the Size of Days. The project will be available as an ebook for one day only being released on Black Friday 2015 at midnight on November 27, 2015.
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Hundred Year Old Abandoned Japanese Clinic by Chris LuckhardtGo to this picture >
Creeping Vines: More of the abandoned Chinese Fishing VillageGo to this picture >
Drone footage Chernobyl Exclusion zone
Ashley Shepherd spent 2 days in the Chernobyl Exclusion zone. He took his drone with him and in this video the edited highlights.Go to this picture >
Awesome drone video abandoned Tropical Indoor Swimming Pool Tropicana
Everybody in the surroundings of the Dutch city Rotterdam knows swimming Pool Tropicana. The pool was closed in 2010 and since then we saw some great pictures of this abandoned tropical indoor swimming pool. Like this gallery from Frans Hanswijk and this gallery from Dutch photographer Rutger Geerling. A couple of months ago we saw this incredible drone video from the flower fields in the Netherlands and the same maker from that video also made this incredible drone video of Tropicana.Go to this picture >
Nature swallowed an abandoned Chinese Fishing Village
Shengsi is an archipelago of almost 400 islands at the mouth of China’s Yangtze river. In there we can find this awesome abandoned fishing village being swallowd by nature. The pictures are taken by ZhouJieGo to this picture >
Walkthrough video of administrative building Nara Dreamland
In april we featured this serie from Chris Luckhardt who visited the abandoned Japanse theme park Nara Dreamland. Abandoned Kansai visited this place in 2009 and he uploaded this rare walkthrough video of the hotel and administrative building at Nara Dreamland.Go to this picture >
Freerunning in Bangkok’s Ghost Tower
Last week we featured a gallery of pictures about an abandoned skyscraper in Bangkok. Today we meet Jason and Shaun who spent the day exploring this epic abandoned place. Only they did it as freerunners. Awesome!Go to this picture >
Abandoned Japanese theme park Nara Dreamland by Chris LuckhardtGo to this picture >
Drone Footage Abandoned Michigan Central Train Station in Detroit
This is the abandoned Michigan Central Station in Detroit, MI. Built in 1912 and abandoned since 1988, the station is one of Detroit's most iconic structures. The station was last used by Amtrak, which discontinued service to the station in 1988. The station has recently been featured in several movies, including Transformers, 8 Mile, and The Island. Filmed by Youtuber TheGadgetGuy1.Go to this picture >
Abandoned Parque de la Ciudad by Rutger GeerlingGo to this picture >
Abandoned World War II Japanese Tunnel System by Chris LuckhardtGo to this picture >
Fish pulled from Basement in Abandoned Shopping Mall BangkokGo to this picture >
Panorama Photo Abandoned Water Park Tropicana
We already featured two times the Tropical Indoor Swimming Pool Tropicana in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. One gallery was from Frank Hanswijk and the other was shot by Rutger Geerling. The building nowadays is a place where they grow mushrooms for restaurants in the city and there is also a bar. Dutch Photographer Martijn Oorthuis is specialised in making 360 degree panorama pictures and he also did a complete 360 degree Panorama tour of the Abandoned Water Park, which every 80's kid in Rotterdam can remember. So a little trip down memory lane for the People in the Netherlands.Go to this picture >