James Kerwin Photographic
 Architecture & Travel Photography

Photography Adventure Blog

Photography doesn’t always go according to plan and of course images aren’t always perfect. This is my honest and open behind the scenes look into what I do as an architecture, adventure and travel photographer.

 
Posts tagged decay
The Hidden Architecture of Tbilisi, Georgia

Located in a deep valley, Tbilisi is a city of contrasts built along the riverbank of the Kura and it boasts a skyscape that includes twenty first century architecture. Situated in the Republic of Georgia, Tbilisi is the capital and has no relation to the Georgia, USA.

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Photographing Kolmanskop, a Ghost Town in Namibia

This was to be the start of my new series photographing the best Ghost Towns the world has to offer, a series that I am also documenting through a behind the scenes video series of over on my youtube channel. The series is due to take a few years to complete.

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Macassar Beach Pavilion

I came across Macassar Beach Pavilion online some months ago when I first came up with the idea of coming to South Africa as the first destination as a “Nomadic Photographer”.

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The De Facto State – The blog post

A disputed territory on the black sea sandwiched between Georgia and Russia and over-looked by the Greater Caucacus mountains with a population of only around 340,000, Abhkazia is a former war-torn land that although might not appeal to some – for me it sounded like a paradise, away from the usual tourist hustle and bustle and promising not only stunning raw landscapes but also thousands of decaying and abandoned buildings.

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