Walking in the countryside near Lonneker, The Netherlands, I spotted this old shed. From its construction I can tell it's old, but what I can't tell is why it wasn't removed. Somebody even went through the trouble of making a fence around it. Anyway, I love these casual remnants of past times:
*Olympus Stylus 1s, 85mm, ISO800, f4, 1/100s
You can tell from the photo how it was built: an oak beam structure, the open areas filled with woven willow withies. These would have been sealed with loam, but that hasn't survived.
A photo from the side:
*Olympus Stylus 1s, 75mm, ISO800, f4, 1/50s
I have no idea what this shed was once used for, but I do like looking at such things and ponder.