Nature can do wonders when it’s not bothered by man’s creations. We’ve seen examples of it when nature claimed its territory once people were no longer around. Here we have another set of examples of just that wonder that nature does, which never fails to surprise us.
What mankind tries to take away from nature, nature reclaims it back in the most incredible way. Maybe it’s a way of convincing us that the world belongs to it as much as we think it is otherwise.
Humans might fight nature with their buildings, creations of all sorts, pollution, but nature waits for its moment to take it all back. Check out these incredible images where nature fascinates us with its power.
- Abandoned fishing village in Kirovsky, in the Kamkatcha peninsula in Russia
2. Abandoned Shopping Mall Taken Over By Fish In Bangkok
3. This Namibian ghost town was swallowed by the sand
4. Statue Of Buddha Being Reclaimed By Mangrove Forest
5. Abandoned Railway Bridge In Czech Republic
6. 130,000-Year-Old Neanderthal Skull Encased In Stalagmites, Found In A Sinkhole In A Cave In Italy
7. A room in a abandoned hotel
8. Abandoned Mansion Near Kilgarvan, Ireland
9. Belgium’s ‘car graveyard’
10. The Radioactive Ghost City Of Pripyat, Ukraine
11. Abandoned Bridge In New Zealand
12. I.M. Cooling Tower, Belgium
13. Angkor, Cambodia
14. Abandoned House, Norway Style
15. Trees Sprouted On Top Of Abandoned Chimneys
16. Amazing Abandoned thirteenth Century Château Located In France
17. Abandoned Asylum In Italy That Has Been Touched By Bob Ross
18. A Piano Left To Nature
19.Destined To Be Green. Relinquished Escalator
20. Fern Growing Under A Circular Roof Hole
21. “Today I saw this banian tree 🌳 it’s come through Chimney. Clicked in Berahampur ware house”
22. MS World Discoverer was a German expedition cruise ship. It hit an uncharted reef in the Sandfly Passage 29. April 2000. The hole was too big to get it repaired on the spot, so all the guests were taken ashore. A few hours later the captain ran the ship full speed on the ground in Rodrick bay. This is Chief John’s garden, where we’re staying now with his lovely family.