Dying places #3 by Nicolas Noyes

The places shown in this series do no longer exist :These Industrial sheds, warehouses, houses that have been bought to be transformed, renovated or demolished within the purpose of architectural projects. The pictures of DYING PLACES show their last moments, their last breathes, before mutation.

The fascination for those places comes from their paradoxal status during this transition. As well as objects of desire in the heart of a deal in the sales process, they are indifferent matters for their new owners. Clearly, they already do not exist anymore. The future has already overtaken the present. Market values and criterias step on History, memory and atmosphere.

Nevertheless, those constructions are still there, housing for a while the soul of their past. Left over, obsolete and unsold objects are ghosts of an ending life. They remain deeply and endlessly linked to the places they belong to.


  • Mojca Savicki
    Mojca Savickialmost 5 years ago

    Awesome perspective and truly great work!

  • thanks for your comment

    – Nicolas Noyes

  • Victor Bezrukov
    Victor Bezrukovalmost 5 years ago

    fantastic perspective and muted colors

  • Thank you Mister Waitin’ :)

    – Nicolas Noyes

  • cventresca
    cventrescaalmost 5 years ago

    Incredible thought process and words behind this. I’ll take atmosphere, rust, and character over shiny and new any day. Love this concept and photo

  • thank you, i appreciate :)

    – Nicolas Noyes

    BIRGlTTAalmost 5 years ago

    I’m loving this series.

  • SRana
    SRanaalmost 5 years ago

    very nice

  • LouJay
    LouJayalmost 5 years ago

    Stunning! Congratulations on your homepage feature!

  • June Ferrol
    June Ferrolalmost 5 years ago

    Great perspective tones and DOF – Congrats on the home page feature

  • Sanne Thijs
    Sanne Thijsalmost 5 years ago

    Congrats on the redbubblehomepage
    MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010

  • pgrayyrwalker
    pgrayyrwalkeralmost 5 years ago

    Nicolas I love the way you composed this overhead shot. The sections and shades of the stairs with the focus on the bannister are very settling on the eye.
    All the best with your artwork.

  • clancy214
    clancy214almost 5 years ago


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