These Uninhabited Houses Are Almost Completely Buried Under Sand

A project called Uninhabited by renowned British photographer James Kerwin takes us through ghost towns, abandoned houses, and deserted places buried in sand.


This time around, the artist and his unique vision have visited cities like Al Madam in the United Arab Emirates and Kolmanskop in Namibia, where the buildings are buried deep in sand. It’s like nature has reclaimed its rights. 

sand in passage

The series of capturing houses under sand started in 2019 and is expected to continue until 2024.

sand in room

Image Credits – James Kerwin

These images make you stop, think and wonder about how nature will one day rightfully take back what belongs to it.

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