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Cony Island amusement park, Brooklyn, New York City by Franck Bohbot

Bohbot’s series, entitled “Last Stop — Coney Island” transforms the seedy New York amusement park into a placid landscape of washed out pastels and muted dreams. Through Bohbot’s lens, the park morphs into a hazy limbo trapped somewhere between a child’s idealised version of the adventure park and an adult’s far more jaded perspective. The eerie yet beautiful landscapes conjure the opposite feeling of actually being at the crowded, sweat-filled pier, and that’s exactly why they have us so entranced.

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Wunderland Kalkar  –  an amusement park located on the grounds of an old German nuclear reactor. The reactor was built from 1972 until 1985 but was never used due ongoing protests until in 1991 the project was officially cancelled. Four years later the reactor was put up for auction and bought by the Dutch investor Hennie van der Most for only 2.5 million Euros. It was then transformed into an amusement park originally named Nuclearwater Wonderland. / photographs by ‘Tokek Belanda’

 

 

 

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we had a great ride

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