Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

Kazakhstan: Two Soviet-era Buran space shuttles at the Baikonur Cosmodrome…

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

The forgotten relics of Europe's Soviet past have been captured - some for the first time - by urban exploration photographer David de Rueda, who visited nine countries in six weeks.

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

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Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

FROZEN STARS This is an abandoned radar station in the mountains of Italy. After almost three hours of walking through snow 50 cm deep, we reached these huge frozen antennas. A full moon, clear sky and snow everywhere: the atmosphere was unreal.

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

Time capsule In Budapest I explored this derelict train graveyard. It’s in the middle of an active depot and I felt like a child escaping reality to walk for a few hours in an imagined world of steel monsters.

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

Alien craft: The Buzludzha Monument in the Balkan mountains. Built by the communist regime to commemorate the 1891 founding of the Bulgarian Social Democratic Party, it opened in But, no longer maintained by the government, it has fallen into disuse

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

Nikon Presents: David de Rueda’s ‘Abandoned Places’ (a Project Spotlight initiative)

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures


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"À Budapest, j'ai exploré ce cimetière de trains désaffecté. Il se trouve au milieu d'un dépôt de trains toujours en activité. Je me sentais comme un enfant qui aurait échappé à la réalité pour marcher quelques heures dans un monde imaginaire peuplé de monstres d'acier." (Image/Légende : David de Rueda)

Hungary: Abandoned locomotives and carriages in Budapest. The derelict engine shed is located in the middle of a working train depot

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For the “Project Spotlight: Abandoned Places” launched by Nikon Europe, urban exploration photographer David de Rueda immortalized abandoned places,

Abandoned places – in pictures

Abandoned places – in pictures

Davide de Rueda - Beauty in ruins: abandoned places in Europe and Asia – in pictures

Mothership: Linnahall, concert hall in Tallinn, Estonia, is made to look like a spaceship with light effect using two-minute camera exposure

Pictured: The stunning relics of Europe's Soviet past

THE MOTHERSHIP Linnahall is a former concert hall in Tallinn, Estonia. With a two minute exposure, I could reveal the architecture of the place, which otherwise sat in darkness. To me, it almost looks like a spaceship.

Bar Pripiat

GRAND FORMAT. Urbex : il fait un tour d'Europe des lieux abandonnés

Photographer David de Rueda risked his life to get inside restricted-access spaces from the Cold War era.

URBEX - D.de Rueda - Chemins suspects

GRAND FORMAT. Urbex : il fait un tour d'Europe des lieux abandonnés

UrbEx Photographer Explores Some of Europe’s Abandoned Places During Mile Road Trip

"Quelque part, dans un endroit déserté de la côte sud de l'Islande se trouve cette carcasse d'avion oubliée de tous. Je suis arrivé à 4 heures du matin et, alors que nous attendions, des aurores boréales sont petit à petit apparues à l'horizon. J'ai admiré ce spectacle magique jusqu'au lever de jour et ait utilisé une exposition de 90 secondes. J'ai ajouté un peu de light painting dans l'avion pour capturer cette image." (Image/Légende : David de Rueda)

Somewhere in the deserted area of Iceland’s south coast lies this long-forgotten wreck of a Douglas aircraft. De Rueda didn't arrive at the site till 4 a. and, as he waited, polar lights gradually appeared on the horizon.

Ukraine: A room at Pripyat’s abandoned Hospital No 126. In the basement are the suits worn by the firemen who went to Chernobyl after the explosion, which still have a lethal dose of radiation.

Abandoned places – in pictures

Time implosion A room in the former hospital in Pripyat and one of the first buildings I explored in the city. The oven appears to have exploded in the centre of the room and destroyed everything around it.

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De Rueda photographed mostly during the very early mornings or in the dead of night.

Iespaidīgi skati ar izmirušām un pamestām vietām Eiropā

For the “Project Spotlight: Abandoned Places” launched by Nikon Europe, urban exploration photographer David de Rueda immortalized abandoned places,

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