The abandoned hotel photography of German photographers Sabine Haubitz and Stefanie Zoche is not what people might expect. While previous abandoned photography tended towards capturing the inside of such despondent spaces, this particular photo series hones in on the outer skeleton of such buildings. This makes them appear even more eerie and alien than the abandoned hotels already are.
Shot in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, the abandoned hotel photography specifically captures five star resorts. Although they have been given up on, Fubiz notes, "These without-soul architectural works seem to have found a second life as sculptures." With this in mind, there is hope for all abandoned hotels and other buildings on more than one level. Especially when viewed both outdoors and indoors, shedding a larger picture on such structures.
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