architectureofdoom
architectureofdoom:

marielamusephoto:

Urbex ✧ La joie tragique d’avoir retrouvé le perdu. on Flickr.
The circle is complete. One last shot in a place now more alive than ever.
"The wait was not so vain…" - 2014.
To be compared with the two previous pictures of this unexpected triptych,
"Waiting in vain." - 2012-1954, here
▻ More info here or on facebook
~ Mariewebsite • facebook • tumblr • flickr • instagram

Sanatorium Martel de Janville, Pol Abraham/Henry Jacques Le Même, Passy, 1932-37

architectureofdoom:

marielamusephoto:

Urbex ✧ La joie tragique d’avoir retrouvé le perdu. on Flickr.

The circle is complete. One last shot in a place now more alive than ever.

"The wait was not so vain…" - 2014.

To be compared with the two previous pictures of this unexpected triptych,

"Waiting in vain." - 2012-1954, here

▻ More info here or on facebook

~ Marie
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Sanatorium Martel de Janville, Pol Abraham/Henry Jacques Le Même, Passy, 1932-37

alwaysinstudio

ryanpanos:

Form/Faith | Christoph Morlinghaus | Via

“I try to keep my photography as distinct as I can from personal interpretations,” says the photographer, whose exposures can be as long as 45 minutes in some of the darkened cathedrals. In all, Morlinghaus photographed 17 places of worship with his Sinar P2 8×10 large format film camera. All but Mariendom in Neviges, Germany, are in the United States. In every case, Morlinghaus says, clergy and custodians were proud to welcome him in.

“These ecclesiastical buildings were the most accessible interiors that I ever photographed,” he says. “Rarely, have I encountered more cooperative or welcoming people.”

-Christoph Morlinghaus