Overgrowth Around the Sheds

As far as I’m aware, whilst this area remains in use, it is in a diminished capacity compared to how it was a while ago. I think that at some point there were train tracks next to these sheds. They’ve been pulled out and the vegetation has been allowed to grow by quite a significant amount.

I think the contrast between the vegetation and the sheds is nice. The sheds are distinctly artificial, but the vegetation implies a sense of nature even though it’s likely that the plants are not endemic to the region.

I hope you enjoy.

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