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Photographing Abandoned Pianos Left to Rot Pt. 2

Early 2017, I released an article on my website with 9 photos of abandoned pianos that I’ve photographed in the past years. Since then, I haven’t stopped photographing this beautiful instrument. I can honestly say that I’ve been drawn even more towards it. As you may or may not know I’m a great fan of photographing pianos that have been left behind in the abandoned buildings I visit. It’s amazing to imagine the music that would have once played in these decaying places. Pianos are so beautiful – I love their shape and how they are crafted. When I want to unwind, I always listen to piano music. It’s so relaxing, and when I know there is a piano in the building I’m photographing, it’s the first thing I run off to. It’s my favourite instrument.

The pianos in this post have been shot throughout Europe in different types of buildings. I’ve visited villa’s, palaces, theatres, hospitals, castles, factories and even Chernobyl to shoot these. Enjoy the photos.

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