Seattle’s epic Japanese fire-tree. Okay, it’s not really on fire. It’s actually a Japanese maple, but it’s one of Washington’s most photographed trees.

Seattle’s epic Japanese fire-tree. Okay, it’s not really on fire. It’s actually a Japanese maple, but it’s one of Washington’s most photographed trees.

I love places like this: where human once built something, then desided not to use it fon one reason or another. I love abandonded railroads, peeling off asphalt, empty houses. I love where nature is showing its power.

Overgrown railroad tracks in the forest

I love places like this: where human once built something, then desided not to use it fon one reason or another. I love abandonded railroads, peeling off asphalt, empty houses. I love where nature is showing its power.

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