After the storm

These amazing photographs from the camera lens of Jonathan Andrew capture the strange and eery beauty of these abandoned World War II battlements. From the aptly named Dragons Teeth anti-tank defence (the big jagged stones in the ground) to the silo like SK Observation Tower in Belgium Jonathan’s images of these monolithic buildings perfectly captures their sentinel-like nature. Originally from Manchester in the UK, Jonathan now lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

www.jonathanandrewphotography.com
Discovered thanks to: www.behance.net/jonathanandrew

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Radio Transmitter Bunker, Spaandam, The Netherlands.
SK Observation Tower, Fliegerhorst, Belgium
SK Observation Tower, Fliegerhorst, Belgium
Casemate Type 623, Koudekerke, The Netherlands.
Casemate Type 623, Koudekerke, The Netherlands.
Type 583a / M 178. Fire Control Post. Heerenduin, Ijmuiden, The Netherlands.
Type 583a / M 178. Fire Control Post. The Netherlands.
Dragon's Teeth Anti Tank Defence, Den Helder, The Netherlands.
Dragon’s Teeth Anti Tank Defence, Den Helder, The Netherlands.

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