Remote Photography: Antarctica

While looking around for some more abandoned places to post about, it struck me that one of the most desolate but beautiful areas on the planet was one I was ignoring: Antarctica. Believed to have existed since the classical age, this inhospitable continent was not actually “discovered” until the late 1700s. Formal observation by the […]

Abandoned Places: Ani

Lately I’ve been on a bit of a kick with my obsession with places where time stands still or places that time just forgot. Parts of Cuba (the parts that visitors generally don’t get to see), Battleship island, North Korea, Priapyt — these are all places that photographers can go to in order to capture […]

Photography and the Internet

There have been a lot of discussions in the tech sphere lately about various rights people should have when online. There’s the right to privacy, the right to be left alone, the right to decide what downloads to your computer (which is why Internet advertising is nothing like television advertising) and the right to decide […]

Creepy Photography Places

My love of abandoned, creepy places is well-known on this blog. I’m always fascinated by places that time and humanity have left behind like Pripyat in the Ukraine — the site of the Chernobyl meltdown, the forgotten subway stops in New York City, parts of Cuba, or Hashima Island. However, right now, the holy grail […]