A European photographer has just completed on a fascinating historical project.
These are the Second World War bunkers that still crouch on the landscape as echoes of the biggest conflict in history. Photographer Jonathan Andrew scoured the wartime territory of The Netherlands, France, Belgium and even Scotland to take these eerie images.
He has captured the stern beauty of structures once meant to withstand the fury of war.
Most of the structures photographed for Mr Andrew’s set are part of the Atlantic Wall fortifications, put up by the Nazis between 1942 and 1945 in anticipation of an Allied invasion of the continent from Britain.
Maybe there’s something wrong with my wiring, but I find it offensive that some of the bunkers are covered with graffiti. Despite their intent, these structures are living history. They should be preserved.