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.::NEW::. | Abandoned World | Cityscape | Travel |  Nature Portrait 




Once was a home, a factory, a hospital, a church, a mine, a whatever that was before...  

The back stage of the world. In a certain sense untouched by intentional intervention, bitten mostly just by time and decay, left on its own, unprepared for the visitor's eye, even if vandalised, not much artificial about it. Just the "as is". No museums, noting clean, just the what there is. Exploring the back streets, the keyholes, dead ends, rooftops, dark avenues, rusty ladders and stinky basements. Not at all safe, not fancy, not new. Out of the box, watching entropy, water dripping from the ceiling, vegetation taking over, peeling paint. Long distances behind the wheel to see the ultimate destinations which most of others avoid. Wind in the hair and feeling of freedom beyond the agreed boundaries. 




My Flickr 

Photowork for the Taskless Sheep Album "Rotten Melody" (2014)

I do not work alone in the world of photography, urban exploration, trips and city wanderings. I would like to give tribute artists that inspired me, camrates on the road, people who do interesting things, blogs and portals that are worthwhile, pictures that are stunning...

Szydlak Likes Abandoned Places - my Significant Other and best companion


& friends:

2wid's blog 

Adam Zajączkowski Photography

Bonus Level

Darker Shades of Black 

Kolekcjonerzy Czasu

Life is Illusion

Lost in Time



Nikon Morris


Rats 'n' ruins

Snork Urbex

Treshold of Infinity

Trip Mode

Truus Nijland

Zrujnowane miejsca




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