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Sensational images of an abandoned fishing village outside of Budapest

We love a good photo series that explores abandoned places, and Viktor Egyed just so happens to be the guy we’ve got our eye on right now. Well, his photography work is, anyway.

Slovakian-based photographer Egyed accidentally found the town of Szödliget a few years ago, then came back with his camera to capture the abandoned village, which is located three hours outside of Budapest.

‘This small abandoned fishing lake has its own very unique atmosphere’, Egyed told Colossal. ‘It is an idyllic place for people who want to escape from the rushing of life for a little while’.

The images Egyed capture are so dreamy and the reflections caught in the water are fantastic. If only Szödliget wasn’t so far away!

See more of Viktor Egyed’s work here.

Via Colossal

Viktor Egyed's photos of Szödliget
Viktor Egyed's photos of Szödliget
Viktor Egyed's photos of Szödliget
Viktor Egyed's photos of Szödliget
Viktor Egyed's photos of Szödliget
Viktor Egyed's photos of Szödliget
Viktor Egyed's photos of Szödliget
Viktor Egyed's photos of Szödliget

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Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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