Justine Adamson

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This is what remains of my selfie stick (from Harvey Norman). I noticed evidence of tampering around the rubber handle.  Under the rubber I found some kind of home-made bug/hack????

This is what remains of my selfie stick (from Harvey Norman). I noticed evidence of tampering around the rubber handle. Under the rubber I found some kind of home-made bug/hack????

Black Vans and Mind Control

24" x 20" T.I. Joe Poster

24" x 20" T.I. Joe Poster

Cavernous: This dizzying image shows a view from the top overlooking multiple flights of c...

"I think people love abandoned photography because you get lost in the photographs. Your imagination is running wild. What happened here, why was it abandoned?" Escher-esque staircases at an abandoned factory.

Bleak: Some of the shooting locations look especially gloomy, like this image of what appe...

Bleak: Some of the shooting locations look especially gloomy, like this image of what appears to be a deserted jail or a mental institution/photography by Niki Feijen

Last stop: This roller coaster covered in a thick layer of grime has not heard children's ...

View Number 2 - Abandoned roller coaster ride that is being reclaimed by nature. pictures and other Images of These Abandoned Places Will Give You Chills photos at ABC News

Water world: In his travels, Feijen has come upon this abandoned water park with a slide d...

Water world: In his travels, Feijen has come upon this abandoned water park with a slide draining into an empty pool overgrown with vegetation/photography by Niki Feijen

Ghosts of the past: A water park that was once crowded with happy children and parents has...

Photographer Niki Feijen for his new book, “Frozen”, photographed several abandoned buildings across Europe. Capturing their haunting beauty from years of decay. Here: Jungle Splash – Slides in abandoned waterpark. (Photo by Niki Feijen)

The Blue Tree signifies that even when they die, they continue to be an integral part of the environment... Mount Annan Botanic Garden, NSW, Australia.

The Blue Tree signifies that even when they die, they continue to be an integral part of the environment.