The Aral Sea lies between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan and was once one of the four largest lakes in the world. It is now home to one of the world’s most notorious ship graveyards.
It’s hard to find a better way of describing the bizarre work of Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre than in the words of the artists themselves…
This abandoned station is all that’s left of the Butlins holiday camp at Filey in North Yorkshire. Once full of life, the destination is now an eerie reminder of times past.
From ruined churches consumed by greenery to abandoned houses hidden behind years of foliage, nature quickly begins to take over when man moves out of a building.
During the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Kirkcaldy was the world’s leading linoleum producer. Now, its most historic factory looks set for demolition.