We as the most developed species on the face of this planet have an advanced civilization. Human society has dominated almost everywhere in the world. A lot of lands have been cleared and buildings and other man-made structures have taken their place. But we could never defy how Nature can reclaim what we have occupied in a very comfortable manner. This photographer has traveled to capture such places where it no longer belongs to us.

This photographer; Jonk has traveled across countries and continents in search of amazing places on the earth. As a part of his traveling photography series, he has captured some amazing photos of abandoned places where Nature has already started its process of reclaiming the grounds. The walls, buildings, and other structures are of no concern to the forest. It is very aesthetic to watch the green pour into the spaces which were cleared by man to build up the structures that are being embraced by mother nature. Scroll down to read more.

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#1. Nature Reclaims.

Nature Takes Over Abandoned Places
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#2. Abandoned Buildings Are Being Filled In.

Nature Takes Over Abandoned Places
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#3. Everything Is Left As It Was.

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The love this photographer has for nature is seen through the pictures that he has captured. His perspectives show how amazing these abandoned structures are not abandoned anymore since Nature’s green is present everywhere.

He has done more of this sort of traveling photography in over 30 countries worldwide. You can follow the links to his website and his social media account to follow up on his work and see more photos. Keep scrolling to check out the rest of the photos we have collected for you and let us know what you think in the comments below.

#4. Piercing Through.

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#5. The Plants And Animals Are Back.

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#6. The Walls Are Being Engulfed.

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#7. Nature never gives up.

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#8. Post-civilization.

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#9. Nature Lives On.

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#10. The New Layering.

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#11. The Sun And The Green.

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#12. Enchanting Greenery.

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#13. Lost In The Wild.

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#14. Gateways To Mother Earth.

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#15. This Cafe Serves The Finest.

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#16. Let It Breathe.

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#17. The Light Shines.

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#18. A Wonderful Stranger.

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#19. A Gaze Within The Walls.

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#20. The Entire Thing Is Being Re-Designed.

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#21. Now Everything Is A Part Of Nature.

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#22. Just Amazing.

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#23. In Comes The Old Friend.

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#24. Requiem for a piano.

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#25. Aging Beautifully.

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#26. The Last Stop.

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#27. Sinking It In.

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#28. Growing Through Every And Any thing.

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#29. Growing Up.

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#30. Wrapped Up.

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