8. Domes of Arizona
The concrete domes in the Arizona desert are weird. Built in 1982 by circuit board manufacturing company, these incomplete constructions have no story to tell, and no future, either. They are used by people as an illegal dumping ground, and by teenagers for drawing graffiti or drinking beer. They have strange shapes, some being flat and resembling the ‘flying saucers’, while others having long, caterpillar-like shapes. There is something really unsettling about these silent, decaying structures.
7. Chernobyl Amusement Park, Ukraine
The Pripyat amusement park is the symbol of the Chernobyl disaster, one of the most catastrophic nuclear accidents the world has witnessed. Opened briefly on April 27, 1986, to entertain the people before announcing the necessary evacuation of the city due to the disaster that had occurred a few kilometres away, the park stands abandoned today, with its Ferris wheel, representing sadness of the incident. To add to the sadness and creepiness, photographers place stuffed toys for snaps.