The Entrance to Work

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    This is the lower floor of the office building in Kharkov, Ukraine. The building holds many companies and Program Ace is on the top floors. Once you are actually into the offices themselves, they are perfectly nice and they have sweet broadband... but the entrance area down below could use a coat of paint or two...

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    1. lynnieb [deleted] 91 months ago | reply

      Super work Trey!

    2. Pepeketua 91 months ago | reply

      They were actually waiting to cash your $$$ in :)
      But now, it's gonna get famous and they won't changed it :)
      Great work!

    3. BenGoode 91 months ago | reply

      The treatment is awesome!! Great shot.

    4. robertkills [deleted] 91 months ago | reply

      You rule so hard!

    5. blakelipthratt 91 months ago | reply

      yes it could :)

    6. Mike Le Gray Photography 91 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot and treatment!

    7. ruben.acosta 91 months ago | reply

      What a colour!!! you are the master of the HDR

    8. libela 91 months ago | reply

      great photo!

      (it's krakow, btw...)

    9. Barry J. Schwartz 91 months ago | reply

      The walls look they need bullet holes or something the way it looks. Very very cool looking place i hope they never redo places like that.

    10. shrike1964 91 months ago | reply

      Wow, that's pretty different. Great shot!

    11. Félix Gutiérrez [deleted] 91 months ago | reply

      really cool, it looks like the hell´s door ;), have a nice day my friend

    12. Yonara 91 months ago | reply

      It's very interesting! I like it!

    13. Destinys Agent 91 months ago | reply

      Thats amazing. Looks like a scene from Unreal.

    14. 91 months ago | reply

      Beatiful, great photo!

    15. *La Marqueza* 91 months ago | reply

      This photo deserves a big HEART,
      please post this beautiful picture at

      Heart Awards Group .

    16. Ivan Makarov 91 months ago | reply

      Trey -

      Nothing personal - but it appears that you see Ukraine as any Westerner - you only focus on things that are falling apart, on remains of Communism and on things that remind of Soviet Union. I suppose that's what excite any American who grew up during Cold War. Sure, that's how a lot of Kharkov is, but I hope you see other things around too that are not the same.

      So far I have not seen any of it in your series from Kharkov and that is surprising, since you travel so much and see so much. I'd love to see something from that area that doesn't smell of the Soviet Union and of the American view of it that goes back to pre-Reagan times.

    17. neilalderney123 91 months ago | reply

      Coat of paint or TWO, or FIVE ;-)
      I visited a secure hosting facility in downtown Manila recently. It was clean enough, but what shocked me, was that you had to "Check your weapons" at the desk! No guns allowed in the facility ;-)

      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    18. Small Stream Salmon Fishing 91 months ago | reply

      You mean that is not the door to "fight club"? : ) Killer shot

    19. LENSINTRANSIT 91 months ago | reply


      In Trey's defense, he doesn't only focus on gloomy post-apocalyptic things in Ukraine, contrary to what may appear from this photo and few others. He has also many cool shots of modern parts of Kharkov--the globe in front of train station, the blue Christmas lights in central square in addition to historical photos like the cathedral in Bysantine style. I am myself originally from Kharkov and I can say that he masterfully conveys the essense of the city, both positive and negative, and I believe it would be wrong and unfair to attribute Cold War mentality to his great work.

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