- Announcing The Release Of My New Ebook! A Photographic Journey Through The World’s Lost And Abandoned Places. And You Can Download it For Free!
I have just released my first ever Ebook on Travel Tramp.
This Ebook is the result of my years of continuous travel around the world visiting off the beaten track destinations.
I’m always on the lookout for historic ruins and beautifully decaying urban structures, but it’s the stories behind these abandoned places that really fascinate me.
From the radioactive wastelands of Chernobyl to the red deserts of Western Australia, I’ve selected the best pictures from my travels to lost and abandoned places to show you here.
Get inspired to travel off the beaten path, as I delve into the history of these haunting and strangely beautiful places around the world through stunning visual imagery.
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What’s Inside The Abandoned Places Ebook?
This Ebook has taken years of travel to produce. I travel off the beaten track, to obscure places and to the occasional conflict zone and unrecognised nation. I’ve collated the stories and pictures from these exploits in this Ebook. You can find out more about these off the beaten track destinations by downloading it for FREE. All you have to do is subscribe to Travel Tramp.
Chernobyl, Ukraine- I explore the radioactive wasteland of Chernobyl, the site of one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters, a place abandoned and left to decay for decades, possibly never to recover again.
Sukhumi, Abkhazia- The unrecognised, self declared nation of Abkhazia is a place that was ruined by conflict when the Soviet Union collapsed in the 1990’s. I explore the lasting remains of burnt out buildings that decades on still stand as memorials to war.
Wittenoom, Australia- In the red outback of Western Australia I find an old asbestos mining town that has been literally wiped off the map. But despite the dangers, a few people still call this abandoned town home.
Moynaq, Uzbekistan- Moynaq was once a busy fishing town on the edge of the Aral Sea. When Soviet interference led to the decline of this large inland sea, the people of Moynaq were left devastated, their livelihoods lost and their ships left to rust in the desert sands.
Famagusta, Northern Cyprus- In 1974 the island of Cyprus was divided in two when the Turkish Army invaded. On the Northern side of the divide, I explore the closed off ruins of Famagusta, a place which was once a luxurious holiday resort but which now finds itself in a buffer zone between two opposing sides of history.
Sentosa, Singapore- Sentosa is Singapore’s holiday island, but amongst the resorts and theme parks the legacy of the country’s colonial history can be found in the jungle.
Sarajevo, Bosnia- In 1984 Sarajevo played host to the Winter Olympics. Only a few years later, war descended upon the Balkans and the city was left smouldering. In the hills I explore the abandoned bobsleigh track, a legacy of war and sport.
Bali, Indonesia- In Bali I find an abandoned hotel, left to be reclaimed by the jungle. I explore the dark corridors and mysterious rooms in search of answers of its demise.