It seemed abandoned, forgotten, bleak .. then the nature with its branches, brambles, its wild power, unwittingly turned it into a work of art.

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Silvia di Paolo for Supernature

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  1. Claude Nougat

    Extraordinary collection, very artistic, thanks for sharing! What is striking is the implicit message (perhaps not in all the pictures but in most of them): Man’s constructions are time-bound, Nature’s aren’t. Nature always comes back after human activities are over!

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