Day 1 Take a picture of something broken

Day 1 Take a picture of something broken

Welcome, welcome, welcome. Thank you for joining the Outdoors Everyday Challenge. My hope is we can build a habit of going outdoors everyday, or carving a little time for our selves everyday, or maybe slowing down is what we need. I feel like everyone will get something different from the prompts, and I'm interested to see all the different  interpretation.
Today while I was out for a walk I went past my old highschool to see it had been demolished. All that was left was rubble. So today's photo prompt is to take a picture of something wrecked or broken. Now I'm writing this I'm not sure it's a very inspiring prompt for a Day One post, but let's look at things differently right off the bat.

Until tomorrow
Have an outdoorsy day.

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