BREATHTAKING PHOTOS OF ABANDONED CHINESE FISHING VILLAGE BEING CONQUERED BY NATURE

Check out these photos by creative photographer Tang Yuhong, of Goqui island, an abandoned Chinese fishing village literally swallowed by nature. The Shengsi Islands are located in the mouth of China’s Yangtze River and form part of Zhoushan Archipelago. Despite comprising of 394 islands larger than 500 m², only 18 of them are inhabitable.

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photos by Tang Yuhong, via Behance

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