In an earlier post I mentioned that one of the great things about photography is that there’s always something new: e.g. a new viewpoint; different light; things you just missed. In this case what was new was that a couple of things that were previous there, have now gone.
These pictures were taken with a Panasonic Lumix ZS-7 back in 2011 at the same location as the gravestone, the red door and the old hearth. Where the barn like structure with the weathervane (above) had stood is now just a concrete slab. Where the old, rusting tank (below) had been is now just undergrowth.