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'Pride'
Jewish cemetery’s tombstone broken in clash between German and Soviet troops during Siege of Breslau. The Fortress spilled blood of soldiers and civilians till the very end of Second World War in Europe, surrendering in fire and despair along with whole Third Reich. After 82 days of encirclement almost entire city was lost in ruins.

'Pride'

Jewish cemetery’s tombstone broken in clash between German and Soviet troops during Siege of Breslau. The Fortress spilled blood of soldiers and civilians till the very end of Second World War in Europe, surrendering in fire and despair along with whole Third Reich. After 82 days of encirclement almost entire city was lost in ruins.

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drawer-s-veins said: Hi , I saw your photographs on my dashboard and then I took the time to discover your artistic universe. Without an hesitation you're one of my favorite tumblr photographer , I like discover new photographers but some like you , who make me feel something, I can't describe , it's rare. I wish I could be with you when you're looking at these unique places. Your work can't be qualified it's just unique. Thank you for sharing your photos , keep going , you are very talented ! Kisses , Diane

Diane, your letter is a praise photographers’ selfish ego longs for secretly and powerfully. I’m stunned and delighted at the same time! It’s an absolute joy, being able to invite you into my universe. Into gloomy wonderland I took so few inside. It’s amazing and I’m humbled.

I bow to your words. I’ll strive for the best!

~Matthew

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toastyreaper said: Your photographs are so beautiful and astounding. Every angle, color, and scene, is perfect. You are a true artist, you've done such a wonderful job.

Not even once have I decided to call myself an artist. I always believed you can become one only through others’ eyes. Thank you for finding your perfection in my work. Thank you for noticing every detail and effort. I bow before your words!

~Matt

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Anonymous said: Can you explain the bloody rose picture? I can't seem to see what else it could be

Of course! 'Scarlett' was one of many murals I found inside building located in ghost city of Kłomino, Poland. An unnamed artist treated whole building like canvas for his fascinating, yet little twisted mind. It was really dark in the room, so it’s hard to show that rose petals were painted to resemble meat scraps. It seemed excessive speculation until one saw the basement of the building, with cages and more gore tucked in total darkness. Unfortunately, I had far too weak flash to light up that horrific scenery. I believe it was the only time I felt really uneasy during exploration.

M.

August222014
Whoa, 4.000 followers? 
It has surpassed my expectations long ago… Just want to thank everyone for keeping me company through all those post-sovietish ramblings, combined with pretentious writing and incomplete history facts.
You’re awesome!
~Matt

Whoa, 4.000 followers?

It has surpassed my expectations long ago… Just want to thank everyone for keeping me company through all those post-sovietish ramblings, combined with pretentious writing and incomplete history facts.

You’re awesome!

~Matt

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