Urban Exploration Photography: Abandoned Buildings

These images are credited to a fellow Dutchman; the talented Mr. Niki Feijen. Taken from his book “Disciple of Decay”, both his prints and his book are available at nikifeijen.com.

Niki rocks urban exploration photography (or urbex photography as people are referring to it)  like a champ. I am extremely impressed with these settings, and the quality of his photos of abandoned buildings and there is no doubt in my mind that you will too.

If you want to see more, check out his Chernobyl gallery.














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