If you’ve ever been to an abandoned building of any kind, you’ve probably noticed the eerie vibe that surrounds them; the kind that makes you feel uneasy as soon as you walk through the door. Despite how unsettling it may sound, there is something about these locations that compels us to explore them. And if you enjoy exploring deserted areas, you’ve come to the ideal place toem obvious, it isn’t simple.
#1 I used my drone and a Lume Cube attached to it to illuminate this eerie abandoned building
#2 Train Tracks in the Forest
Exploring abandoned locations is necessary for taking stunning images of them. Even while it may seem obvious, it isn’t simple.
#3 During my exploration, I discovered this lovely tree growing within a deserted silo
#4 These Old Cars Are In This Cave
#5 Castle in Ireland that has been abandoned
#6 The land of fairy tales is Norway
#7 Portugal’s Sintra
#8 Old French chapel
#9 Driving down some back roads, I came into an old, deserted diner
#10 Off the Coast of Magnetic Island, the SS City of Adelaide capsized
#11 Madame Sherri Forest, Chesterfield, New Hampshire: Abandoned Stairway In The Woods
#12 Deep in the Maryland forest, a deserted party mansion
#13 Has anyone found a camera that was lost at Eagle Creek 80 years ago?
#14 Portugal’s abandoned Gothic church
#15 A Japanese WWII warplane off the coast of Guam is wrecked
#16 This European hotel
#17 Burj Al Babas, Turkey’s $200 Million Ghost Town of Castles
#18 Light Rays Filtering Into a Deserted Theater
#19 An abandoned 19th-century mansion’s library
#20 Abandoned “Land of Oz” Theme Park on North Carolina’s eerie Yellow Brick Road