According to some, grunge photography is just a fad. As far as I’m concerned, grunge photography is here to stay, and may have been around for quite some time, though it was overshadowed by more sought-after images depicting perfection. Grunge photography, in a sense is the opposite of traditional photography where everything is as perfect and flawless as possible.
The following photos are a small handful of what is available on, and constantly being added to Flickr. While there are numerous groups geared towards grunge style, there are far too many to list. So if you are interested in grunge photography and/or grunge art, thousands can be found by searching for photos tagged as grunge.
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My company specializes in writing, photography, and website design. My father gave me my first camera when I was a small child, and it quickly became my most prized possession. I was also fascinated with exploring places others rarely ever ventured, such as abandoned places, buildings, and railroad cars.
As time went on, I formed a business centered around my passion; living larger-than-life adventures, and sharing the photographic journey on my website.