The buildings left by people and overgrown with bylem always attract with their unique aura, be it France, Russia or any other country. 30-year-old Dutchman Roman Robroek (Roman Robroek) specializes in shooting mysterious abandoned places filled with unique color.
During his career as a photographer of zabroshka Roman visited more than five hundred places abandoned by people. He recently presented to the public a series of shots of abandoned buildings in France. He worked on this project for five years and photographed buildings for various purposes, from old houses to churches and castles.
“These old buildings hold history,” says the photographer. - They are very diverse in architecture, and each as if telling its own legend. There are often holes in floors and ceilings, dust everywhere and a lot of furniture. It's amazing to see the real life of the past. ”
Abandoned room with armchairs
Abandoned living room
Birdcage in an abandoned hospital
Another abandoned greenhouse
Abandoned control room
Abandoned church with rubble on the floor
Again abandoned church
Chapel, through which the floor sprouted trees
Spacious bathroom in one of the abandoned locks
Abandoned Green Bathroom
Another abandoned staircase
And an abandoned wine storage
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