For my work I often drive to Turnhout inBelgium. The shortest and fastest way is through the country side. There are a lot of photo oppurtunities, I just have to wait for the light.
At last on a cold morning I found the right light for this old piece of wall. A farmer from across the street told me that it will be torn down very soon to make place for a roundabout. Maybe not the most exciting picture but soon a piece of evidence of what used to be.
The picture was taken with a Linhof 6X9 with a 105 Tessar and a yellow filter. A pinch of front tilt to get everything sharp. The film was Fuji neopan 400 @ 800 developed in Amaloco AM74.