Abandoned places are not socially coded: when you enter them
you ignore what you will find and you have to find out everything by yourself.
There are no explanatory labels like in a museum,
but only traces and small clues, that’s all.
In these places you are by yourself.
The outside world is a thousand miles away even if it’s close to you.
You are in a space/time bubble that takes you into a past
that seems not to be of interest to anyone but you.
The world runs a few feet away, but you are in an absolute “elsewhere”.
You are in the Pigeons’ Kingdom and everything you see is through their eyes.
About the author
“Me” by Pierclaudio Duranti
My name is Pietromassimo Pasqui, I live in Italy and I was born in the late sixties.
According to wiki definition (“A photographer is a person who takes photographs”) I am a photographer.
I always had a kind of strong fascination about abandoned buildings and decayed human places and one day I started portraying this magnificent places.
This webspace is dedicated to my experience in film photography.
My other places on the net
You can find me also on:
Tumblr Coprography (just my mobile phone quick shots ;-))
Rome on film https://romeonfilm.wordpress.com (my film pics of my town, Rome)
Terms and contitions
All pictures on pigeoneyes.wordpress.com, unless otherwise stated, are mine.
They are published here under Common Creative license.
You are free to share, copy and distribute and transmit the work under the following conditions:
- Attribution — You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor
(but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).
- Noncommercial — You may not use this work for commercial purposes.
- No Derivative Works — You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.
You can read the full license here.
If you want to use my pictures for any pubblication or other works, please drop me an email and I’ll be really glad to help you in any way.
And, last but not least: please don’t ask for the places where pictures have been taken. I’ll ignore any request about this topic, you know ;-).
Nice photo blog, Pietromassimo!