partially hidden

The slow encroachment of natural processes upon manmade structures and objects has always held a fascination for artists, from the romantic ruins of Claude's epic landscape paintings, to the documentary style of urbex photography.  I like to take a measured approach, focusing on form and colour to emphasize otherwise unremarkable incidents of botanical takeover and weathering.  I seem to have made a few images recently where the balance between discretion and obviousness is about right.  I also like that it seems unclear if the camouflage is intentional or not.