Nature Always Wins
One of my favourite photo themes is "mankind/nature". Normally it takes the form of trying to find the evidence of mankind's influence in an otherwise natural-appearing scene. This time, however, it's the other way around - taken whilst out on a walk with the local photo-society around Perth one evening, I found this wonderful example of weathering paint flaking off a stone doorway - the former White Horse Inn on Union Lane.
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