16 Jun '15, 2pm

Abandoned Chinese fishing village is completely covered in lush vegetation

Gouqi island is located in the Shengsi archipelago of about 400 islands. Jane Qing captured the stunning images of this city of seemingly endless buildings, which were a part of a fishing village years ago. The region has a history of doing well, even today, in the fishing industry. Yet, this particular island seems to have been forgotten.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/photographer-encounters-forgotten-ch...

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