Dawn patrol contains personal discoveries of industrialization, architecture and areas in which the elements such as loneliness, abandonment and distance dominate.

Architecture and design have a substantial impact on human psychology, emotions and behavior. An absence of architectural detail and repetitive styles produce a unique form of sensory deprivation.

The human’s intervention in public spaces and in nature multiplies the sentiment of vacuity and abandonment and it effectively creates a cold, unwelcoming environment that lacks the ability to produce a positive physiological response or a sense of well-being.

Poorly constructed buildings and settings have a significant negative impact. It is proved that battered houses and neighborhoods, abandoned and dilapidated buildings make humans feel unsafe.

Common thread of this series is the geometry and the absence of the human element in a every single photo in an attempt to comprehend the urban environment in time as well as to unfold the coexistence between man and nature.