Sometimes, I feel abandoned land is a good thing, because it's returning to its natural state. Other times, it just seems sad.
I pass this every day, a closed and abandoned golf course. It just looks rather despondent. Fenced in, gone to seed, no longer manicured.
Not being manicured anymore is probably a great thing, considering the CO2 contributions from lawn mowers and water used to keep it green. But this course's return to nature isn't one of the more attractive transitions.
It still makes me wonder, though: who will figure out what to use the area for next?
Camera: Canon 40D, 1/250s, f/11 at ISO 100 at about 5:45 p.m.