In the Tuscan hills of Northern Italy is an abandoned castle. Castello di Sammezzano. This castle is one of the finest examples of Moorish architecture in Italy. Sadly, it has been left to decay for more than 20 years.
Was erected in the early 17th century by a Spanish nobleman. More than 200 years later, the 365-room palace was remodeled. After World War II, Sammezzano became a luxury hotel, but was closed in the 1990s.
Before I went up to London I took a moment to think about what shots I wanted to get. I did plan to go up to Tower Bridge but as per usual over slept and ran out of time. Another shot I wanted was looking down an empty underground train but never got the opportunity.
A shot I really wanted but never thought I would get being the week before Christmas was an empty underground stop.