Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature invariably fills the void. Another proof of this claim was presented by photographer Tang Yuhong. He captured an abandoned fishing village on Goqui Island, which is part of the 400 Islands of Shengxi, China. Here, abandoned homes whose residents have moved to the mainland are rapidly being absorbed by the local vegetation. Soon, this village will literally be called the greenest in the world.

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Nature-absorbed fishing village

Keywords: Nature | Asia | Village

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