Pet Cemetery…In Loving Memory
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‘Pet Cemetery…In loving Memory’ Doral Publishing (2015)
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Seph Lawless is an incredible artist with a way of capturing the beauty of amazing landscapes that time and people have forgotten about. Seph has been photographing buildings that were abandoned since 2005 and in that time, he has continued to hypnotize the audience with the beauty and the magnificence that Seph Lawless sees in these locations. There is beauty in the homes, hospitals and office buildings that he photographs. Seph is a pioneer photographing urban decay which is the situation of when a building is crumbling, being able to get on the inside and have access to the most incredible views and the features that time has forgotten.
Seph Lawless started out by going into locations that most others would have not thought to photograph as he saw the beauty as well as the majesty in those locations. Seph was able to see a beauty that others did not see and the majesty that others have forgotten in the buildings themselves. Seph knows that every ceiling, doorway, and empty desk has a story to tell, and he tries to capture that story through his lens. Seph’s photos are beautiful, haunting, and they leave the viewer wondering when it would be possible to bring back those people into the shots and know what their stories were. There is nothing more amazing than looking at one of his photos and wondering what it would be like to see them when the locations were in action.