European Communities by Immo Klink

As devotees of Cabin Porn, we have spent many an idle moment daydreaming about fleeing our noisy, stressful urban life for the isolated pleasures of a rustic shack. So we were immediately intrigued by German photographer Immo Klink’s beautiful images of remote dwellings, which we spotted at Feature Shoot. The photos are part of a series called ‘European Communities’, which documents the off-the-grid lives of people around the continent who have chosen to retreat from society and forge more environmentally sustainable existences.

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