It feels like you’re in one of those post-apocalyptic programs when people roam about an empty globe after humanity has vanished from the face of the earth, but you get the chance to explore such a wonderful environment. It feels unsettling, an incredible mood has been created, and I hope my photos faithfully capture the scene.

I Visited An Abandoned Hotel In Ireland With Many Objects Left Untouched

I Visited An Abandoned Hotel In Ireland With Many Objects Left Untouched

Upon seeing those rooms, my initial opinion was that they all had the appearance of antique paintings! I felt quite fortunate to have seen those things. There are no abandoned drinks or graffiti all over the place. I was grateful to one of my Irish friends for taking me there! The rooms were small, so it took me a long time to visualize the frame. Because there was more room, it was simpler for the bar and restaurant. I made an effort to write my report as though it were a real hotel attempting to draw guests. I found it amusing to envision this “phony” advertisement.

I think the room that inspired me the most is the one I’m utilizing for my next book’s cover! There are two paintings that are still on the wall, adding a poetic touch to the abandoned space. There are ferns and mold growing everywhere, and a fire extinguisher that seems like it was used once before is lying on the ground. Because the hotel is directly in front of the waterfront, a vegetation floor has been developed. Even the phone by the drapes and the bed is still there!

I Visited An Abandoned Hotel In Ireland With Many Objects Left Untouched

I Visited An Abandoned Hotel In Ireland With Many Objects Left Untouched

These pictures definitely belong to a post-apocalyptic series; they remind us of things like The Stand, I Am Legend, or The Last of Us. I’m a huge fan of dystopian and post-apocalyptic literature and films. The popularity of The Walking Dead, for instance, proves that this is a topic that appeals to a wide audience. To be honest though, I utilized the same tools and methods I usually use to take pictures of abandoned locations—a Nikon D800 and a wide angle lens. I try to bring out the colors and light in the photo more in the processing stage. It also involves the arrangement of the images and the decision you make prior to publication.

I Visited An Abandoned Hotel In Ireland With Many Objects Left Untouched

I Visited An Abandoned Hotel In Ireland With Many Objects Left Untouched

Apart from the now-vacant tourist hotel in Ireland, I have seen other deserted places with just as interesting histories. And Kolmanskop is one of them! In the midst of Namibia’s Namib Desert, there stood a mining town. Motivated by the vast quantity of diamonds, people essentially built this town from nothing and turned it into a thriving metropolis. When a fresh vein was discovered in the south in 1954, the population of diamonds began to decline.

I Visited An Abandoned Hotel In Ireland With Many Objects Left Untouched

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