Moss-covered stools in a long-lost bar. A fern-filled courtyard at a vacant monastery. French photographer Jonathan Jimenez captured these images and more for his book Naturalia: Reclaimed by Nature, traveling to 33 countries to document spots nature took back once man left them behind. The photographs show decay—broken windows, cracked stones, forgotten furniture. But they also capture nature at work, greening up an abandoned sanctuary, a boarded-up castle, a sun-filled silo.