You may recall back in 2012 a cruise ship ran aground and totally wrecked off the coast of Isola del Giglio in Italy. Of the 3229 passengers and 1023 crew known to have been aboard, 32 died.
Now the resurrected ship is seen again via haunting images from a clever photographer.
Jonathan Danko Kielkowski managed to sneak into the infamous Costa Concordia, documenting the dilapidated remains of the former luxurious cruise ship, which capsized and sank in Tuscany in 2012. In 2014, during the recovery of the boat, the photographer succeeded to enter the Costa Concordia for an incredible urbex session. The impressive photographs by Jonathan Danko Kielkowski have since been published in the book Concordia, published by Whitepress.