Cold war radar base that was part of an early warning system designed to alert of an attack by the Soviet Union. Opened in 1956 and closed 7 years later. [2048×1365][OC]

Cold war radar base that was part of an early warning system designed to alert of an attack by the Soviet Union. Opened in 1956 and closed 7 years later. [2048×1365][OC]

Medieval Skull Clasp, made in 1500, it was designed for the road: it concerns a portable Book of Hours that was carried around by a pilgrim on religious pilgrimage. The clasp holds the book closed, which is decorated with a skull carved out of bone

Medieval Skull Clasp, made in 1500, it was designed for the road: it concerns a portable Book of Hours that was carried around by a pilgrim on religious pilgrimage. The clasp holds the book closed, which is decorated with a… Continue Reading

Back to the old times, when Hong Kong was recognised as an eastern Hollywood. Shaw Brothers have one of the biggest movie studios​ in Hong Kong. However, this place has been closed since the late 70s. And what surrounded me are films used in the old movies.

Back to the old times, when Hong Kong was recognised as an eastern Hollywood. Shaw Brothers have one of the biggest movie studios​ in Hong Kong. However, this place has been closed since the late 70s. And what surrounded me… Continue Reading

Looking at the abandoned whaling station at Grytviken in South Georgia. Whaling ships simply beached and forgotten; the station closed in December 1966. The new building is the South Georgia Museum dedicated to preserving the memories of Grytviken & of course remembering Sir Ernest Shackleton.

Looking at the abandoned whaling station at Grytviken in South Georgia. Whaling ships simply beached and forgotten; the station closed in December 1966. The new building is the South Georgia Museum dedicated to preserving the memories of Grytviken & of… Continue Reading

This abandoned Japanese hotel was the largest in Japan. Located on a remote volcanic island, almost 300 km from Tokyo. The hotel closed its doors for the final time in 2006. Some of the rooms have developed their own ecosystems, while others are untouched by time. Source: https://www.deadinside.eu/

This abandoned Japanese hotel was the largest in Japan. Located on a remote volcanic island, almost 300 km from Tokyo. The hotel closed its doors for the final time in 2006. Some of the rooms have developed their own ecosystems,… Continue Reading