Two aspen leaves in varying states of decomposition make for a colorful exit.
Layers of old paint do battle against the elements, and time itself.
A simple building from an earlier time. Found in northern Colorado.
A fallen leaf decomposes with color and flair. Like a snowflake, each one is unique.
A quickly vanishing piece of Americana, in the form of an old grain elevator.
What used to be a one room school eventually morphed into the town post office before it was closed and started to vanish. This is in what was once called Federal, Wyoming.
The repair needs to be repaired. Would that make it a re-repair?