Here are several shots of abandoned places that I managed to capture on my journey through the beautiful Abkhazian land. No footprints, no history.
Here is a roundup of different, but not less important, pictures of abandoned train stations scattered a little bit everywhere in Abkhazia.
On the way back to the sea, I decide to stop for a couple of hours at the Tkvarcheli thermoelectric plant.
Finally, after hundreds of abandoned places, I managed to reach my final destination: Akarmara.
In search of the abandoned Ferris wheel in Ochamchira, I stop the night for an exploratory tour of the city the next day.
After the train station, it was as if I had entered in a snowball: one after the other the abandoned places appeared from the ground like mushrooms.
Here I am arriving in the capital of Abkhazia, completely exhausted, after an endless hitching ride and with the heat that hits my head.
The clear water, almost bright blue at certain points, flows down through a stream that starts from the mountains and drops it through a waterfall in the lake. The train station, almost as if floating in water, gives off something mysterious.
A paradise immersed in the nature. A SPA of the past, organized to bring maximum of well-being to the body and mind of the patient being treated.
The eyes work like a radar, and in the vicinity they sight another abandoned place that appears to be different from the others.