Saturday, August 25, 2012

Nature takes over

What would happen with buildings, streets, ferris wheels etc., if mankind would leave the earth? 
Here are some wonderful examples how it nature would take over...  

I hope your weekend is splendid and cheerful!
♥ Emilie's daughter 

via tagesanzeiger


  1. Good Morning My Dear
    Your photos as always are amazing ! Please why don't you take part to Fiona's party at Green Day ?
    If there was a prize you could won !!!
    I am thinking the happiness of Val when she will receive the book !
    Have an ice weekend

  2. I know that when we leave our home, even for a short while, things grow up where they have never grown before. If we abandoned ship for a month or two I think that we would probably not be able to get up the drive.
    You always find such interesting photos, and I love the ivy cut in the shape of a heart.

  3. Amazing collection of pictures! It would be great to know more about them. Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog x

  4. It would be great!! Just imagine what fresh air we'd breathe. I hope it really happens one day. Great pics.

  5. hello Christa,
    These photos scare me. Just imagine.. all the beautiful things that we create and then would leave them.. This crosses my mind sometimes!
    great images are amazing. The sofa is unbelievable.
    xxxx val

  6. wow! ein ganz ganz toller post!!
    liebe grüße von
    dana :o)

  7. They are marvelous. I would love to be at any of those places right now!

  8. Hi Christa, I love these photos . . . it would not take very long at all for nature to do its thing.
    Just think of how fast weeds grow in the garden.
    I spend all yesterday afternoon pruning back trees and vines in my little back yard. I was even wondering how much longer I will be able to do this. I'll be 67 in another week and this old body gets worn down with these huge undertaking. My garden could look like these if I stop pruning.
    Have a great day and thank you for sharing these photos, Connie :)

  9. Fantastic photographs to show the power and beauty of nature.
    Sarah x

  10. Hello Christa,
    First, I would like to say "Thank you" for your nice comments and good wishes. Also, thank you for becoming a follower on my blog. I love your pictures and your interesting words in your blog. I will look back further when I get more time.
    Hope you are having a good week-end. It is Sunday night here 10.28pm and I am just about to go to bed. Have a great week ahead and I look forward to reading more of your posts as time goes by.

  11. These are AMAZING! Did you find all of them on the Tagesanzeiger website? I need to check it out more often.