Nature Resurges to Overtake Abandoned Architecture in a New Book of Photos by Jonk

From dilapidated power plants, abandoned medical facilities, and amusement parks left in rusted ruin, the scenes that French photographer Jonathan Jimenez, aka Jonk, captures are evidence of nature’s endurance and power to reclaim spaces transformed by people. Now compiled in a new book titled Naturalia II, 221 images shot across 17 countries frame the thriving vegetation that crawls across chipped concrete and architecture in unruly masses.
This succeeding volume is a follow-up to Jonk’s first book by the same name and focuses on the ways the ecological crisis has evolved during the last three years. More

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