His images portray a real-life apocalypse, but 29 year old photographer Daniel Barter's pictures are taken at abandoned buildings of a bygone era across the world. His love for travel and exploration has taken him to the desolate exclusion zone around Chernobyl, the secret vaults of London and from steel monoliths to industrial wastelands.
Barter explains, "Two of my greatest passions in life are photography and exploration. The images I capture represent not only moments of this passion but also a philosophy by which I live my life. I strive to shed light on the hidden and unseen, elucidating these unique and forgotten places, objects and customs." Barter has published two books of his projects available to buy, and you can view more of his work here.