World War II may be over 65 years behind us, but Europe is still — and may always be — scarred by its remnants. For his stark but gorgeous series WWII Bunkers, British photographer Jonathan Andrew traveled across France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, snapping pictures among the war’s concrete ruins. The photos’ wintry settings and dark, gray and blue skies suggest something timeless, post-apocalyptic, and even other-worldly. Click through for a gallery of Andrew’s WWII Bunkers and visit his website to see more of his work.
Jonathan Andrew, R636 Fire Control Post – France
Jonathan Andrew, SK Observation Tower – Belgium
Jonathan Andrew, Type 583a Heerenduin – The Netherlands
Jonathan Andrew, Type 703 Emminkhuizen – Netherlands
Jonathan Andrew, Type 669 Heenschemolen – The Netherlands
Jonathan Andrew, Abandoned bunkers – The Netherlands
Jonathan Andrew, Casemate Type 623 – Netherlands