Nel 1971 in Turkmenistan è stato dato fuoco a una buca piena di gas naturale, che brucia ancora oggi, ed è chiamata "Porta dell'inferno"

Nel 1971 in Turkmenistan è stato dato fuoco a una buca piena di gas naturale, che brucia ancora oggi, ed è chiamata "Porta dell'inferno"

Outdoor kitchen | Gentlemint

Outdoor kitchen

Outdoor kitchen | Gentlemint

White Sands Morning by Ben H @ flickr

White Sands Morning by Ben H @ flickr

Pink dessert

Pink dessert

Fantastic Nature Of Georgia Captured From A Helicopter By Dito Tediashvili

Fantastic Nature Of Georgia Captured From A Helicopter By Dito Tediashvili

Gouqi Island — one of the 400 islands of the archipelago of Shengsi, located east of China’s Zhejiang province — is home to an abandoned fishing village that has been reclaimed by Mother Earth.

Powerful images of Mother Earth retaking what was hers

Gouqi Island — one of the 400 islands of the archipelago of Shengsi, located east of China’s Zhejiang province — is home to an abandoned fishing village that has been reclaimed by Mother Earth.

Blooming Desert, via Flickr. Taken in Maimana, Faryab, Afghanistan. Posted by robysaltori (Roberto Saltori).

Blooming Desert, via Flickr. Taken in Maimana, Faryab, Afghanistan. Posted by robysaltori (Roberto Saltori).

Antártida | por Christopher Michel

Antártida | por Christopher Michel

Afghanistan. Steve Mc Curry

Afghanistan. Steve Mc Curry

In the mouth of the Yangtze River off the eastern coast of China, a small island holds a secret haven lost to the forces of time and nature—an abandoned fishing village swallowed by dense layers of ivy slowly creeping over every brick and path. Houtou Wan Village is located on Gouqi Island, which belongs to a group of 394 islands known as the Shengsi Islands in the Zhoushan Archipelago. It's one of many examples of small villages in China that have become ghost towns due to urbanization…

Abandoned Fishing Village in China Reclaimed by Nature

In the mouth of the Yangtze River off the eastern coast of China, a small island holds a secret haven lost to the forces of time and nature—an abandoned fishing village swallowed by dense layers of ivy slowly creeping over every brick and path. Houtou Wan Village is located on Gouqi Island, which belongs to a group of 394 islands known as the Shengsi Islands in the Zhoushan Archipelago. It's one of many examples of small villages in China that have become ghost towns due to urbanization…

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