On the bottom of the Therezia Mine a lonely pole stands in the lake of green, salty water.
Not a lot is left from what once may have been there. Just a few empty stakes and concrete mark a space inside an old industrial area
The main hall in the Salina Turda. Since the renovation in 2009, there is a Ferris wheel and table tennis for the tourists. But even as a tourist attraction, the mine dating back to the antiquity is very impressive.
In the Terezia mine, inside Salina Turda, some UFO-shaped constructions were built as a tourist attraction. Looking from above, they almost look like lost in space.
Like a single sock disappearing during laundry, a single lost shoe will always stay a mystery…
In the middle of a field, behind some bushes, two lost walls are all that’s left from former building. A picture from the “Post Apocalypse” series.
Just in an old, abandoned industrial area outside Brașov, Romania.A picture from the “Post Apocalypse” series.
One of many entrances to the metro network in Bucharest. On a weekdays afternoon it’s not too busy in here – but beware the rush hours!
For some people a rather uncommon building but for others just a regular thing: in the twilight the water tower almost looks like a flying saucer on a landing pod.