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2 hours ago, 01maciel said:

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I've always had a problem with structures left to rot away. It just doesn't seem right to litter the earth this way. 

I find your images interesting and a strong example of the problem.

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Lake Yosemite (Deserted Docking Area).     X1

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vor 17 Stunden schrieb North / Northwest:

I've always had a problem with structures left to rot away. It just doesn't seem right to litter the earth this way. 

I find your images interesting and a strong example of the problem.

Thank you very much. This model seems to be very special as the car body is made from pastic. It is not compostable. You will find the car in 100 years in one piece at the same place.

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An abandoned house in a Japanese village.

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A very silent road on beautiful Awaji - Island.

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