Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

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There comes a time when you leave some place, for example, your house. It looks like an empty, abandoned building then. But is it so? It is said “when one door closes, another opens” and here is a door that opens for someone (or maybe something) less demanding.

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Finnish photographer Kai Fagerström amaze us with his remarkable photo series of wild animals settling down in abandoned houses in the woods. It is hard to capture animal moments but Fagerström persisted to accomplish it.

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

The atmosphere of wild creatures dwelling in these desolated places looks more sad than artistic for me. As animals have the same rights in this world as us, humans, why should they live in what we have left behind?

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places
Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places
Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

Wild Animals Making Themselves at Home in Abandoned Places

All the credits go to Kai Fagerström, the author of the photographs.