Photographer Captures Incredible Snaps Of WWII Locations

Photographer Captures Incredible Snaps Of WWII Locations
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The world certainly has accepted several changes by time but still the wars, battles, hatred and destruction for the sake of "some kind of regime" have been continued since ages. The semi-vanished ancient architectures around different corners of the world certainly show the dark side of history. The incidents of wars are not only set forth in the books and documentaries but also its marks can be seen  through the collapsed landscapes existing around the earth. 

An amateur photographer, Marc Wilson showed his interest in discovering military forifications which are the legacy of some famous wars of history. He visited several war locations in Northern Europe and captured lingering monuments which were buit for defence from ememies' attack.  He named his photography project "The Last Stand" which was published in 2014 and found pretty fascinating as it depicts the terrible situation of the world during wars. 

For more information: visit Marc Wilson Portfolio

The wounded landscape.

The wounded landscape.

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An eerie remnant of the World War II

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The unwalked pathways.

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Left out memorial of the heinous wars.

Left out memorial of the heinous wars.
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Still enough mighty to stand for the coming ages.

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Not completely vanished.

Not completely vanished.
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An enduring abandonment.

An enduring abandonment.
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The seemingly placid location was built for defence.

The seemingly placid location was built for defence.
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