Abandoned places are becoming a popular destination for amateur photographers

  • People
  • Monday, 07 Sep 2020

Fiedler, who has been regularly travelling to ‘lost places’ for the past five years to take photographs, showing off one of her works. Photos: dpa

In a vast, empty room, a funeral bier stands empty. An undertaker’s gown is draped over a chair, as though he just left the room.

But the dust attests to the fact that it has been decades since a body was prepared for burial in this remote mortuary in Brandenburg, Germany.

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