Deep in the Forest / 7

As we walked into the forest, passing a good number of ruins of cars, we came across a decidedly fragile looking wooden structure, seriously dilapidated and leaning drunkenly. It looked as if one strong gust of wind would have it crumple to the ground. This was where the peat had been stored and prepared ready for sale.

Dark and gloomy as we peered inside, it was a contrast to the bright sunshine filtering through the trees outside.I was amazed it was still standing at all, after all those years.

The remains of the peatery at Kyrko Mosse:

Peatery ruin

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13 comments

  1. Through your pic and the description of the place , I can’t but smell some old wood scent ,too….
    Love your post, Sue !

  2. Great shot Sue
    Looks like one sneeze would have brought it all down!

  3. A peatery – now that’s a new one on me altho I can guess what it was. Creepily fascinating Sue!

  4. Peering through doorways is very rewarding, eh? Lookingnout to the forest is a nice touch

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