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Photographer Timm Suess is passionate about capturing decay in our world. He travels to abandoned factories, clinics, and military installations to photograph the places people leave behind.
In a talk at TEDxGundeldingen, Suess details his Chernobyl Journal: a project that led him to the city of Pripyat, Ukraine, which was abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster.
Above, photos from the project, which documents places lost to the disaster.
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tedx:

Photographer Timm Suess is passionate about capturing decay in our world. He travels to abandoned factories, clinics, and military installations to photograph the places people leave behind.
In a talk at TEDxGundeldingen, Suess details his Chernobyl Journal: a project that led him to the city of Pripyat, Ukraine, which was abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster.
Above, photos from the project, which documents places lost to the disaster.
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tedx:

Photographer Timm Suess is passionate about capturing decay in our world. He travels to abandoned factories, clinics, and military installations to photograph the places people leave behind.
In a talk at TEDxGundeldingen, Suess details his Chernobyl Journal: a project that led him to the city of Pripyat, Ukraine, which was abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster.
Above, photos from the project, which documents places lost to the disaster.
Zoom Info

tedx:

Photographer Timm Suess is passionate about capturing decay in our world. He travels to abandoned factories, clinics, and military installations to photograph the places people leave behind.

In a talk at TEDxGundeldingen, Suess details his Chernobyl Journal: a project that led him to the city of Pripyat, Ukraine, which was abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster.

Above, photos from the project, which documents places lost to the disaster.

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Glances, by Jennifer Evans

"For six months I’ve been coming here to eat my lunch in peace. Still too strung on a series of failed romantic attempts to give it another go.  I found comfort in romantic ceasefire for a while.  I thought I could live that way forever, but then I saw him."

"It’s an unsettling phenomenon that you can simply look at a beautiful person and think you are in love. You’ll sit there imagining your lives together before you’ve even exchanged phone numbers. I’m disgusted with myself for being so easily dazzled. But, how could I help myself after a month of mixed stares and glances with a boy as beautiful as he is?"

Runs almost 4 minutes, no nudity. Few curse words.

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