i walk in ruins
by Nikos Kantarakias
About the Book
Abandoned places, ruins, urban decay.. All around us and yet almost invisible. Usually scary in sight and in thought. They are places that used to be full of life.
Hotels, military camps, factories, deserted homes, hospitals, offices and many other buildings that lie abandoned, waiting to be explored..
Waiting and keeping their secrets.
Inside such places one can taste the dust of time and feel old habitants passing by..
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Feb 01, 2009
- Tags urban explorer, urban exploration, fine art photography, Visual Poetry, black and white photography, urban, Greece, ruins, Kantarakias, photography, abandoned, hotel, hospital, asylum, old, factory, lightstalkers
Nikos K. Kantarakias was born in October 1976 in Athens, Greece. His family's origins are from the island of Skiathos where he currently spends most of his time. Raised among his father’s oil paintings, canvases, brushes and lots of film slides he started drawing at an early age while he also tinkered with a Zenit SLR camera fascinated by the process of taking a photograph. From 2002 onwards, his involvement with photography became more intensive and his appreciation of the fine art photography grew through a series of seminars and personal study. He is a founding member of the Visual Poetry photography group and the PhotoMind community and a member of the Volos Photography Club. more: http://www.nikoskantarakias.com/bio.html