Kolmanskop in the Namib Desert
We like to explore. On the one hand, taking a walk through the woods to see all of the undergrowth, monstrous trees, and the occasional grizzly bear is pretty amazing. More easily missed, however, is the exploration of forgotten spaces, especially those left by our immediate ancestors as opposed to our ancient forefathers. The spaces seem to remember what they were used for in the past, and it's really something to experience that without the cacophony of the activities actually taking place. It becomes startlingly apparent that behind all of the human commotion lies a clear foundation of peace.
Fishing hut on a lake in germany
The Maunsell Sea Forts in England
Hafodunos Hall in Llangernyw, North Wales
Abandoned Wonderland Amusement Park outside Beijing, China
Abandoned city of Keelung, Taiwan