Overgrowth at the Asbestos House

The field trip I was on was being held near this property as a good portion of the area used to be farmland.

My team and I had to walk past this place twice. I took a photo the first time we were passing by.

The house was quite dilapidated in appearance and had a sign stating the danger.

The overgrowth of the vegetation was quite “Dense” around both it and the rest of the area.

It was nice to see how nature was gradually taking over the house.

This is my entry into The Daily Post‘s photo challenge for this week.

I hope you enjoy.

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