Niki Feijen, Disciple Of Decay

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Most photographers are known for capturing moments in time. Niki Feijen’s schtick is a little different: he captures scenes and places already frozen in time. Known for his unique brand of urban exploration, his “Disciple of Decay” series takes a look inside of some of Western Europe’s most eerie scenes: abandoned family homes, churches, and the like. It’s hard to believe all this beauty has been abandoned, naturally one wonders if their is something more cryptic than meets the eye? The mood of the pictures captures the eeriness with perfect suspense!

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Amanda Jakubik

Year Born: 1987
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