Jonathan Andrew Captures Abandoned Bunkers from WWII

By: Chalaine Mantha - Published:   Updated: Aug 17 2011 • References: jonathanandrewphotography & whitezine
Jonathan Andrew set out on a quest to capture these haunting images from the remains of World War II bunkers. This amazing series features abandoned bunkers from The Netherlands, France and Belgium.

You are reminded of a brutal time in history when looking at the empty photos taken by Jonathan Andrew. The way the lighting hits the buildings makes them look extremely eerie and lonesome. Andrew captured his subjects perfectly for the historical series.

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