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Photographer Illustrates The Beauty In Abandon And Decay In Stunning Urbex Collection

How is it that when an average person spots the decrepit remnants of a building that is long past it’s days of glory, they find it repulsive, spooky even. But, when a photographer like Rebecca Litchfield previously here and here comes across such remains, they are capable of seeing something much brighter, more beautiful than most humans are capable of. What makes that gift truly remarkable is that, in Litchfields photographs, she is able to capture the beauty she sees in a way that easily translates decay into beauty to even the most untrained eye.

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One comment on “Photographer Illustrates The Beauty In Abandon And Decay In Stunning Urbex Collection

  1. burbex
    August 15, 2014

    What exactly is this? It’s weird and gorgeous at the same time!!

    Be sure to check out my Beijing Urbex, I am sure there is some eye candy for you there.

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This entry was posted on August 12, 2014 by in Art, Photography, Places, UrbEx.

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