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Evidence of time and abandonment. As time goes on things are forgotten and left behind, evidence of this is left everywhere whether it be a rusty object or an abandoned house. Spiderweb, old clock.

Here I am gathering further inspiration from nature retaking an industrial complex.

Here I am gathering further inspiration from nature retaking an industrial complex.

Creepy abandoned tall ship,that looks like an island more than a ship. http://tracking.publicidees.com/clic.php?progid=515&partid=48172&dpl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.govoyages.com%2Fvols-hotels%2F

Creepy abandoned tall ship,that looks like an island more than a ship. Boat got stuck on island, it's isn't hard

stairs blanketed in moss-it has been sometime since these steps have been used..

Featured in Art and Architecture. Mossy stairways in Paronella Park, Queensland, Australia (by wollmatt). posted by Nefeli Aggellou

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The Boyce Thompson Institute is an abandoned agricultural institute where the plants have gone wild. The institute was founded by mining magnate Boyce Thompson and opened its doors in 1924 with the goal of studying plants - abandoned in

Image d'un ponton effondré et abandonné

Ces 20 photos de lieux abandonnés vont vous donner des frissons. Surtout les Parcs d'attractions !

abandoned building light shining through

This domed government building in Baghdad, formerly a part of Saddam Hussein's regime, was hit by a lb bomb. Apart from the hole made by the entry of the bomb, it remained structurally sound.

This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years - Rosanne de Lange

This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years

Left in the woods of Belgium at the end of WWII -- chatillon car graveyard abandoned cars cemetery belgium 4 Photos of a traffic jam stuck in the woods for 70 years

abandoned theme park in New Orleans, Louisiana. It closed before Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005 and is currently owned by the City of New Orleans.

The Six Flags abandoned theme park in New Orleans, Louisiana. It closed before Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005 and is currently owned by the City of New Orleans.

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