Nature in our Man-Made World

Challenge #24 in the Life in the Natural World series. Hosted by RuthC.
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In this challenge, show us an example where nature, such as plants, insects, spiders or other small creatures, has used a man-made object to its advantage. Macro or close-ups only, and outside in the natural world if possible. Large trees such as those growing at Ta Prohn in Cambodia will be DQ'd. SIZE: 1,600px MAXIMUM ON LONGER SIDE.
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Spiders in the fading sun
Love that peanut butter
On Its Favorite Watch Tower
I need a drink
osprey nest in antenna
Found a Climbing Aid
A Busy Ant
Nature Takeover
salamandre and buddha
Capitalizing on civilization
Life
look at me
Approach
life is wonderful...
Walk the line
Let me drive
Snails at the door
Warroad feeding station
Songster on the gate
Prisoner of Housing Shortage
Rainforest Beginnings
the famous bow river osprey in alberta
Brown Parrot defending its nest hole in a telegraph pole
Anonymous Embellishment
ON CALL
Capparis spinosa
A chimney to hold on to
This explains the bad reception :-)
Bridge Railing Spider Web
On The Wall
Sharing Lunch
railings
Man Made Lunch Box
Confined Freedom
Storks at home
Nature 2-Man made 0
dangerous!
Geko living in my own leather armchair
Catching a Breath
Lincoln Building in Downtown Bethlehem PA
Irradiated Nest
The Storyteller.
Choir Practicee
End of the Road, Hana Maui Hi.
Patience...
pigeons of izmir
Training mission
Gimme a little shelter
go green bricks
Dragonfly
NightFrog
what a nice crack in the wall!
Butterfly on a broom
Little forest on older boards.
Home is a broken glass topped wall
Those are my sunglasses, dragonfly!
On The Wire
growing plant
A Place For All
Black Bittern_on a field fence
Sunbathing on the corrugated sea
Snow Days
Ho ya baby, Good view as well
so proud to be a pigeon
rail overpass
High Voltage Substation Fence
Kestrel on the 10th floor
bricks
Hornets
Cardinal Eating Sunflowers
Little Friend
Piggy-Back Ride
Could you tell me how late that Starbucks opens? (translated from Chicken)
-Poor Baby-
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Together Forever
Spider Nursery Under My Stair Railing
A Convenient Place to Call Home
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