Half a House: lost in the thicket


Often as I drive past something, my mind processes what it’s seen and decides, usually thirty second further along, that there was a photo there worth capturing, and then decides whether or not it can be bothered going back, or to mark it for a future visit when the lighting conditions (or whatever is the case) are more suitable.
On the occasion I took this photo, there wouldn’t be another opportunity, so a U-turn was made and some shots taken. I wasn’t confident that the photos would really indicate the feeling of seeing ruined parts of this halved cottage as they were revealed in passing, but I hope you’ll enjoy the shape it makes in its veil of saplings.
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