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Thank you, Colin. :)
Thank you, IF -- I thinhk you're right. I f anyone wanted it for firewood, I think they would have picked it up by now.
Another really intriguing one, Patti. Most of the lumber will probably be earthworm eventually.
Aah - stories to be told!
Ha! Thanks, Mariolyn!
Thanks, Pat. :)
OK, Oddio! Can I watch you fix it? :)
A couple of 2X4 braces here and there, a tarp for the roof... good to go!
I would say a few years too late. Thanks Patti
Thank you, everyone, for all your comments. It IS interesting how nature takes over.
Much too late. But I love it. It makes a beautiful picture.
i love it patti, nature has won
Several years too late, I'd say, has been a beaut shed. Thanks Patti.
I find it curious how nature reclaims areas. Buildings deteriorate, concrete begins to crumble and plants grow up in its cracks, paths and some roads begin to be overgrown with vegetation. It almost seems like a renewal to the way things were. I like this photo because there is also good color and texture.
Wow! Love it PLG. Nice find.
Very much too late I'm afraid. :)