The 10 Creepiest Abandoned Resorts on Earth



From the beaches of Thailand to the deserts of the U.S, for a variety of reasons, some very expensive vacation resorts were deemed a loss, and no longer worth the trouble of upkeep. Years later, the photographs fascinate by illustrating their falls from grace. Environmental Graffiti shows us places that were once luxurioius playgrounds for tourists and celebrities, but are now being reclaimed by nature. Shown is a resort in Famagusta, Cyprus, which was permanently emptied when Turkey invaded in 1974. Link

(Image credit: Julienbzh35)

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I've nothing against a little subtle HDR to bring detail into highlights and shadows, but why do so many of the urbex crowd feel they have to overdo the toning so much? Guys it ain't pretty and it ain't clever and if your photography is good then you don't need it. Enough already.

Or maybe you could buy something with a Foveon sensor instead of that crappy bayer stuff, then you wouldn't need HDR.
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