This week's photo of the week is called 'Road To Nowhere' that was taken by British photographer Paul Carver.
Here is a little of what Carver said about his photo:
"This black and white shot was taken of the railway leading up to Birkenau concentration camp in Poland. I visited Auschwitz recently and the experience will stay with me for a life time. One thing that I value in photography is real life raw photos; photos that capture the good and bad side of humanity."
This infamous railway leading to the gatehouse of the Birkenau concentration camp is one of the most famous railway lines for the wrong reason. For over a million people this was their last destination; a place of no hope. I have chosen this image because it has a story and comes with emotion. The image itself has had little editing - only the clarity and contrast has been altered to give the desired look."
Carver likes for all of his photos to tell a story and engage the viewer in some way. He has a passion for black and white photography and believe these two tones are perfect for creating a dramatic photo. To see more of Paul Carver's work, visit his website at www.pcarverphotography.com. You can also follow him on Facebook and Instagram.
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