Abandoned Star Wars Set

You might think these pictures were taken in a galaxy far, far, away, but these dramatic pictures of the abandoned Star Wars sets were actually taken in North Africa. If you were to jump into a speeder and travel far into the Tunisian desert, you may stumble across the abandoned scenery and props used to film some of the most iconic moments in the Star Wars series. Photographer and visual artist, Ra Di Martino found there were several abandoned Star Wars sets, after researching di

You might think these pictures were taken in a galaxy far, far, away, but these dramatic pictures of the abandoned Star Wars sets were actually taken in North Africa. If you were to jump into a speeder and travel far into the Tunisian desert, you may stumble across the abandoned scenery and props used to film some of the most iconic moments in the Star Wars series. Photographer and visual artist, Ra Di Martino found there were several abandoned Star Wars sets, after researching di

You might think these pictures were taken in a galaxy far, far, away, but these dramatic pictures of the abandoned Star Wars sets were actually taken in North Africa. If you were to jump into a speeder and travel far into the Tunisian desert, you may stumble across the abandoned scenery and props used to film some of the most iconic moments in the Star Wars series. Photographer and visual artist, Ra Di Martino found there were several abandoned Star Wars sets, after researching di

You might think these pictures were taken in a galaxy far, far, away, but these dramatic pictures of the abandoned Star Wars sets were actually taken in North Africa. If you were to jump into a speeder and travel far into the Tunisian desert, you may stumble across the abandoned scenery and props used to film some of the most iconic moments in the Star Wars series. Photographer and visual artist, Ra Di Martino found there were several abandoned Star Wars sets, after researching di

You might think these pictures were taken in a galaxy far, far, away, but these dramatic pictures of the abandoned Star Wars sets were actually taken in North Africa. If you were to jump into a speeder and travel far into the Tunisian desert, you may stumble across the abandoned scenery and props used to film some of the most iconic moments in the Star Wars series. Photographer and visual artist, Ra Di Martino found there were several abandoned Star Wars sets, after researching di