'domum dei', meaning house of god in latin, is the third abandoned architecture photo series by british fine art photographer james kerwin.

& dei& meaning house of god in latin, is the third abandoned architecture photo series by british fine art photographer james kerwin.

Penscynor Wildlife Park, Cilfrew, South Wales - March 2012

In Neath builder Idris Hale bought the semi-derelict Penscynor House in Cilfrew.

Derelict Grain Elevator in Snowflake, Manitoba...Thaks again, Keltie! Derelict? YOU MEAN IT GETS DRUNK??...

Derelict Grain Elevator in Snowflake, Manitoba, Canada 🍁

AP LIT - BY HAROLD PINTER (play) In all of Pinter's plays, seemingly ordinary events become charged with profound, if elusive, meaning, haunting pathos, and wild comedy. In The Caretaker, a tramp finds lodging in the derelict house of two brothers. Harold Pinter gradually exposes the inner strains and fear of his characters, alternating hilarity and character to create and almost unbearable edge of tension.

The Caretaker and The Dumb Waiter: Two Plays

Abandoned Conservatory

Abandoned Greenhouse - Original Photograph - Muted Tones Titanium Grey Gray Ruins Unique Home Decor Wall Art

The Peacock Room at Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy.  Atop a hill in a Tuscan oak tree grove, you’ll find the abandoned Sammezzano Castle. The derelict building, built in 1605 with funds from Spanish nobility, features intricate Moorish designs and a breathtaking assortment of patterns and colors. Inside, the words “Non Plus Ultra” — meaning “nothing further beyond” in Latin — stands out above an archway.

The Peacock Room – Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy. Within an abandoned castle in Tuscany, you can find the Peacock Room, a hidden.

by T.-C on Flickr, the incredible Jiancing Historic Trail in Taipingshan National Forest in Taiwan. The trail was built along an old logging railway at an elevation of 1,950 meters (6,398 ft).

Overgrown Railroad tracks in Taipingshan National Forest in Taiwan - Abandoned distressed places

Abandoned Amusement Park - cause, you know, that's where he'd have his secret lair...don't even know this caption means? but i love this pic even more because of it!

Abandoned roller coaster at Lincoln Park in Dartmouth, Massachusets. About its decline: The park was successful until the when larger theme parks started to become more popular. A fatal accident on the park's 1946 "Comet" wooden roller coaster

Source: Flickr / martamare

Giardino d'inverno - abandoned greenhouse in Italy. I wanna be in you abandoned greenhouse.

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