2014-04-15

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Hacker lives in Dresden and studying at the Faculty of electronic media . He began photographing in 2008, a talented photographer discovered the world of photography. He is interested in architectural and interior photography as well as people, portrait, fashion and wedding photography. His series of abandoned buildings is fascinating and these empty places seems to be both quiet and full of memories. With one of a series of his works, I want to introduce you , the series of  abandoned premises , which is called "Decay". 


Abandoned Buildings by Matthias Haker


Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings

Matthias Haker and Abandoned Buildings


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