Nature eating away the door. Love this one.
Endless halls of spray painted color, remnants of fire and the sunlight that finds its way inside.
The green “diamonds” and that there are some of them left made me smile.
It isn’t that hard to keep the patio green, they said.
Although time and humans have taken their toll on the old asylum, you still can see how beautiful it once was.
We met some other photgraphers, some kids who did a video for their musical class, some guys who just wanted to smoke some weed. It was odd to run across so much life in a place dead for so long.
The very first location of our summer trip to Italy this year. The very first manicomio we were finally able to visit. The most worn down also, which might be because you can literally drive inside, park your car there and just, you know, walk into each building like you own the place.
You have to accept the fact that sometimes you are the pigeon, and sometimes you are the statue.
– Claude Chabrol