This post has photography of forgotten architectural beauty examples that have been ignored to look at.
“Photography is not just a hobby to me. Capturing the right moment, mood and emotion, looking for that perfect composition. It’s a passion, my passion”. Said by Dutch photographer Roman.
He captures some images of forgotten architectural beauty examples eloquently beautiful spaces in primeval feature by using natural light only. His enthrallment with these modern day ruins started along with his career in urban photography.
During the course of his journeys photographing buildings, he’d inexorably upset with transversely a countless number of abandoned structures and many of them inspiring in scope and size.
He was wonder about the people who lived there and what was their stories and why they left. These images signify a yearning look through the veil of time.
These places carry history out there the grasp of modern memory and the sheer opulence of many of them takes us to the same space of mystery and wonder that attracted Roman to these decaying relics of a bygone era.
“I shoot unique photos of undisclosed abandoned places. It’s the area of ‘Urban’ Photography”. He says.
“When I started my urban photography journey, I mostly saw empty, abandoned and decayed buildings. It didn’t take long before curiosity struck me. What was the story behind those buildings? Who used to live there? What purpose did these objects serve and why were they abandoned?”. he added.
“This curiosity created a close bond between me and urban photography and I have since visited so many beautiful locations all over the world. The opportunity to take a peek behind closed doors is a truly unique experience, both relaxing and enticing at the same time.”
“I immerse in the surroundings, but am also watching my every step and listening closely to every sound trying not to draw any attention”. Add further.