French digital artist Fabien Barrau uses his own drone photography to make photo montages of how ruined architecture might appear after a climate change apocalypse.
Under the name news From the Future, the pictures were taken in such places as Paris, Rome, New York and London submerged beneath waves or smothered in desert sands.
For each composition, he combines drone photography and stock images to imagine how future generations of climate-apocalypse survivors might explore the ruins of major cities hundreds of years from now.
let's take a look at the photos:
Rome's Colosseum buried in the sand. Above: Paris becomes a desert
The Empire State Building in the barren waste of New York City
An abandoned Chicago overtaken by trees
Whales swim over Paris' Arc de Triomphe
Rising sea levels encroach upon New York's Statue of Liberty