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River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

River Severn Near Oldbury-On Severn

Olbury-SevernPart eight of a photo series based on a walk along the entire 354km length of United Kingdom’s longest river, The Severn.
This leg ran 6km from Oldbury-on Severn to Oldbury Nuclear Power Station
More from The Severn Project

Images available as limited edition prints and licensing contact me for pricing. 

BUY PRINTS/LICENSE more Pripyat (Pripiat) 21 years after Chernobyl images here

Hotel Polissia Terrace, Pripyat

A silver birch tree grows through the floor on the terrace of Hotel Polissia. The hammer and sickle is visible atop the distant building

Light switches in a bedroom of Hotel Polissia. The peeling paint is the result of 21 years decay.

Light switches in a bedroom of Hotel Polissia. The peeling paint is the result of 21 years decay.

Lobby of Hotel Polissia. The check-in desk is in the background. Marble wall cladding has been removed by looters.

Lobby of Hotel Polissia. The check-in desk is in the background. Marble wall cladding has been removed by looters.

BUY PRINTS/LICENSE more Pripyat (Pripiat) 21 years after Chernobyl images here

See more architectural photography including Pripyat in my book Drawing Parallels: Architecture Observed

Photography  © Quintin Lake, 2007

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