24 Amazing Photos Of Nature Winning The Battle Against Civilization

Here’s what happens when Mother Nature and human infrastructure clash.

When nature begins reclaiming the land that humans have built upon, it gives off an apocalyptic vibe cloaked in beautiful scenery.

You can sort of predict what would happen on earth if humans suddenly disappeared from these images.

It may feel eerie but the images are absolutely telling.

The Old Piano Tree, California

1Image credits: Crackoala

Trees Winning Against Concrete In Hong Kong

2Image credits: Romain JL

Abandoned Inner City Railway In Paris

3Image credits: messynessychic.com

Bicycle Eaten by A Tree On Vashon Island, Washington

4Image credits: Ethan Welty

Abandoned Shopping Mall Taken Over By Fish In Bangkok

5Image credits: Jesse Rockwell

Old Abandoned Mill In Sorrento, Italy

6Image credits: Jason Wallace

Abandoned Ferris Wheel

7Image credits: Kyle Telechan

Vintage Automobile Graveyard, Belgium

8Image credits: Rosanne de Lange

Abandoned Mining Town, Namibia

9Image credits: Marsel Van Oosten

Abandoned 160-Year-Old Railway In Paris

10Image credits: Pierre Folk

102-Year-Old Abandoned Ship In Sydney, Australia

11Image credits: AndyBrii

Tree Roots Overcoming Brick Sidewalk

12Image credits: worldbeyondyourown

22Image credits: Wei-Feng Xue

Abandoned Mansion Near Kilgarvan, Ireland

13Image credits: Sam Abell

Abandoned Train Station In Abkhazia, Georgia

14Image credits: Ilya Varlamov

I.M. Cooling Tower, Belgium

15Image credits: brokenview

Abandoned Fishermen’s Town In Kamchatka, Russia

16Image credits: englishrussia.com

Angkor, Cambodia

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Image credits: Pietro Bevilacqua

23Image credits: Brad Grove

Abandoned Hotel Room

18Image credits: Matthias Haker

The Radioactive Ghost City Of Pripyat, Ukraine

19Image credits: castlemaineindependent.org

This restroom

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This conference room

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