Amazing Cooling Towers Photographed by Reginald Van de Velde

Reginald Van de Velde (Belgium, 1975) scouts the unknown and the unseen. As a devoted traveller, he journeys into forsaken places all over the world, trying to capture the momentum of a fragile abandonment.

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© Reginald Van de Velde

His photographs are a showcase of past splendour found in derelict hospitals, mothballed monasteries, defunct power stations, crumbling castles and many other dormant structures – the result of an intangible desire to explore what mankind has left behind. The reverb of time is Reginald’s vantage point.

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© Reginald Van de Velde

You can see more of Reginald Van de Velde’s work on his websiteFacebook and Instagram accounts.

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