Humans are considered to be the most advanced species on earth and have an advanced civilization. Hence their domination by human society all over the world. Therefore, against nature, the lands have been cleared by the will of the people, and have been done buildings, as well as other constructions. But when nature recaptures what we have built up against nature, we cannot deny it. This photographer has been able to capture with his camera such places that are lost to us and no longer belong to us.
This photographer, Jonk, has traveled around the world, exploring such desolate and abandoned places and photographing them. During his travels, these amazing photographs taken in abandoned places make it very clear how nature is regaining its lost land. So far, Jonk has taken photos of such abandoned places. in the space which captured by people, It is fascinating to see the buildings and other structures in the man-made being embraced by nature and greening them.
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Abandoned Buildings Are Being Filled In.
Everything Is Left As It Was.
From the photos taken by this photographer through his camera lens, it is clear how much he loves nature. The green of nature is everywhere, and from his point of view, it is amazing how these abandoned places can no longer be abandoned.
He has traveled to more than 30 countries around the world and has taken a large number of such photographs during his travels. To view more photos like this and his work, you can visit his website or social media account.
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The Plants And Animals Are Back.
The Walls Are Being Engulfed.
Nature never gives up.
Nature Lives On.
The New Layering.
The Sun And The Green.
Lost In The Wild.
Gateways To Mother Earth.
This Cafe Serves The Finest.
Let It Breathe.
The Light Shines.
A Wonderful Stranger.
A Gaze Within The Walls.
The Entire Thing Is Being Re-Designed.
Now Everything Is A Part Of Nature.
In Comes The Old Friend.
Requiem for a piano.
The Last Stop.
Sinking It In.
Growing Through Every And Anything.