An abandoned industrial complex in St. Petersburg
'Krasny Treugolnik' in St. Petersburg was one of the oldest industrial complexes of Russia's second largest city. Today, most of its buil...
Was This Photograph of an 'Explosion' of Buttons Taken at an Abandoned Button Factory?
"The discovery started with an unusual photo of an old stair full of colorful buttons."
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Chambre du Commerce - Every day thousand of people pass this amazing building. Several plans to convert it into hotels, shopping malls and a restaurant failed. Slowly this mainly wooden giant is crumbling. Shot in 2010
Bethlehem Steel Series Spiral Notebook for Sale by Marcia Lee Jones
Our spiral notebooks are 6" x 8" in size and include 120 pages which are lined on both sides. The artwork is printed on the front cover which is made of thick paper stock, and the back cover is medium gray in color. The inside of the back cover includes a pocket for storing extra paper and pens.
Days the Earth stood still
Chernobyl, a city in northern Ukraine, has been mostly uninhabited since a reactor in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant exploded on April 26, 1986, leaking unsafe levels of radioactive material into what is now known as the Zone of Alienation. It took 3 days to evacuate all of its roughly 15,000 residents.
Reactor 4 over the Roofs of Pripyat 2
The infamous reactor #4, view from Hotel Polissya in the ghost city of Pripyat near Chernobyl For the story behind the picture: Read the Chernobyl Journal on timmsuess.com
Never-seen-before shots of Chernobyl nuclear disaster that cost two of the four photographers their lives
The black and white shots, taken shortly after the 1986 Ukraine tragedy, revealed the truth behind the tragedy that Soviet authorities were trying to hush up.
The abandoned stores of Gary, Indiana
Gary is Indiana's reply to Detroit. After its population peaked at 175,000 in 1960, now only about 75,000 people live in what was once the H...
Chernobyl nuclear disaster – in pictures
In the immediate aftermath of the explosion on 26 April, 1986, few were prepared to endure the massive radiation levels and document the disaster, but Russian photographer Igor Kostin did. Here is a selection of his finest images