Humans build most roads, bridges, canals and even entire cities at the expense of the environment; But it seems that nature never intends to lose this battle. Nature resolutely resists anything that stands in the way of its growth and shows us how fragile our creativity is.
“Tikal” is one of the most famous remnants of the Maya civilization, which shows how nature takes back what belongs to itself.
Gatekeeper of the abandoned castle of Putzar in Germany
Natural grass growth among artificial grass
When a writer and journalist, Alan Wisman While walking in the area, he discovered an interesting subject:
You walk through this dense rainforest and up the hills, and archaeologists explain to you that you are actually passing through pyramids and cities that have not been excavated.
The reason we know about places like Tikal today is that humans have put a lot of effort into digging up and recovering its remains. Meanwhile, countless other ruins are hidden beneath the forest and soil. “It’s amazing how fast nature can bury us,” Wiseman says.
Growing a huge plant in an abandoned greenhouse
Tree trunk grows through metal rods
An abandoned villa in Germany
Plants that have been swept away for a week
Growing tree trunks from car parts
Abandoned aerial train occupied by nature.
An abandoned greenhouse
This Chinese fishing village was abandoned in the 1990s. Nature has taken everything back. (Hotuan, China)
Abandoned train tracks
The roots have grown according to the paving pattern.
An abandoned railroad in Taiwan
Abandoned castle in Ireland
A German cruise ship collided with an unknown rock.
A sunken boat that nature has turned into an island.
A tree that has grown out of bricks.
A tree that was able to grow inside a stop sign.
A beautiful tree that grows inside an abandoned silo.
The roof of this old boat has become a place for plants to grow.
A plant that has been able to grow through piano keys.
Abandoned bridge in New Zealand
In any case, nature will find its way to prosperity; How much better it is for us humans not to be a barrier to this beauty. We hope you enjoy this part of the shutter. What do you think about these images? Share your thoughts with us and Zomit users.