In these photo’s I’ve tried to capture the allure in abandoned chapels and religions. Neighbourhoods like these can be very old carrying lots of biography with them. The difference in architecture is enormou to learn and I believe that each neighbourhood tells it own fib. Some of these situates are actually destroyed or in redevelopment now. Taking a peek in a neighbourhood like this and being able to share “its great” to do. Chapels and churches are among my favourite abandoned regions to visit because of the secrecy of what’s going on’ behind’ the altar. I get to check every chamber and run into the most amazing things. Apparel, ancient books and implements being implemented in services are just a few examples.
One place was harder to visit than the other. Some of these houses were a walk in the ballpark, everything was open and no-one was looking after it anymore. Others were harder. There is one lieu for example where I spent 45 times on a steep street in the Italian mountains trying to reach it. The street was covered with big holes and was in a really bad problem. At another region I wasn’t attaches great importance and I stepped into a wooden table with a rusty fingernail in it. That hurt.
The photos ought to have taken in the past three years all around Europe. I find it very interesting to see how different countries have their own road of constructing these religious plazas. The building differs a lot which is fascinating.