(CNN) — The notion of what the world would look like if humans were to vanish has been explored extensively by scientists, as well as many post-apocalyptic movies.
The 38-year-old has spent years photographing abandoned places around the world that have been overtaken by nature, with eerily beautiful results.
An image of abandoned Namibian ghost town Kolmanskop by photographer Romain Veillon.
He hopes the haunting images will serve as a reminder of the “necessity to live in harmony with our habitat,” as well as highlight the importance of working with rather than against nature.
“We are all fascinated by this post-apocalyptic vision,” he says. “Maybe we need to be the witness of that to enjoy what we have and the time in front of us.”
The book, which is only available in French at present, is divided into three different sections. The first showcases deserted places that remain relatively well preserved and the second focuses on dilapidated sites in a far worse state.
Finally, the third section is made of images
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