bestabandoned:

Gina Soden is a widely recognised photographer/artist (come on, look at those images, they’re not just photos) from Berkshire, England.

Her striking and powerful works has been featured in top publications such as GQ, Pro Photo Mag and many more as well as won her plenty of competitions.

Gina also provides work for the prestigious Groucho Club in London where her images are placed in prime focus.

Most recently one of her photos taken at Battersea Power Station (third image) is now displayed in one of the showroom apartments at the station.

Gina is geared up to another solo exhibition and is hoping to organise an interview time for bloggers and website owners so my question to you guys is this;

Do you have any questions for Gina Soden?
I will attending the Q&A session to give you guys all the answers you’ve ever wanted so go check out her work and send your questions into me now via the ‘ASK’ button. Please state somewhere that it is for Gina and not me :)

https://www.facebook.com/ginasodenartist/timeline

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fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

Theater by undergroundoverdrive on Flickr.

fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

Theater by undergroundoverdrive on Flickr.

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talkurbex:

Photo of the Day:
Chateau qui fume by Keraoc 365 on Flickr.

talkurbex:

Photo of the Day:

Chateau qui fume by Keraoc 365 on Flickr.

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enes-exploration:

Krzeszowice -pałac Potockich 27.06.2014

enes-exploration:

Krzeszowice -pałac Potockich 27.06.2014

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ianference:

One of the rowhouses on Admiral’s Row, an 11-mansion complex on the Brooklyn Navy Yard that was home to a number of notable Naval personnel over the past 150 years.  Sadly, these buildings are currently slated for demolition.

ianference:

One of the rowhouses on Admiral’s Row, an 11-mansion complex on the Brooklyn Navy Yard that was home to a number of notable Naval personnel over the past 150 years.  Sadly, these buildings are currently slated for demolition.

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destroyed-and-abandoned:

http://simonthollotphotography.tumblr.com/post/91390687116/alpine-dereliction-la-mure-france-july-2014

destroyed-and-abandoned:

http://simonthollotphotography.tumblr.com/post/91390687116/alpine-dereliction-la-mure-france-july-2014

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fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

Breezeway by FWDPhotography on Flickr.

fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

Breezeway by FWDPhotography on Flickr.

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ianference:

A scene from Riverside Hospital - “Typhoid Mary’s hospital” - out on North Brother Island, in the Bronx.  A quarantine island for many years, numerous structures were constructed.  One of them, the Boys’ Dormitory, contained a library.  When the island was abandoned, apparently most of the bookshelves were worth salvaging; the books - not so much.
Print available at SmugMug.

ianference:

A scene from Riverside Hospital - “Typhoid Mary’s hospital” - out on North Brother Island, in the Bronx.  A quarantine island for many years, numerous structures were constructed.  One of them, the Boys’ Dormitory, contained a library.  When the island was abandoned, apparently most of the bookshelves were worth salvaging; the books - not so much.

Print available at SmugMug.

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ianference:

It is truly a strange thing when a steam pipe bursts under an abandoned building in the dead of winter, but that’s exactly what happened under the Clinic Building at Greystone Park State Hospital in 2007, a month before the building was unceremoniously knocked down.  The steam congregated near the ceiling of the abandoned asylum infirmary, condensing on the pipes and dripping down in regular patterns - and creating these ice stalagmites.  An hour after taking this photograph, demolition workers came into the building and chased us through the tunnels; we had to hide in an attic in 0 degree weather for hours while cops searched for us.  The next time I drove out there, there was no trace that a building had ever stood in this spot.

ianference:

It is truly a strange thing when a steam pipe bursts under an abandoned building in the dead of winter, but that’s exactly what happened under the Clinic Building at Greystone Park State Hospital in 2007, a month before the building was unceremoniously knocked down.  The steam congregated near the ceiling of the abandoned asylum infirmary, condensing on the pipes and dripping down in regular patterns - and creating these ice stalagmites.  An hour after taking this photograph, demolition workers came into the building and chased us through the tunnels; we had to hide in an attic in 0 degree weather for hours while cops searched for us.  The next time I drove out there, there was no trace that a building had ever stood in this spot.

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