Those who have been following me may remember I have posted a series on “Abandoned”.
Just yesterday, I revisited the place where there were abandoned houses and abandoned cows.
I took some pictures which I have not been able to take in my last visit – mainly because of accessibility and adverse lighting.
The plants and vines have grown so much up on the roof, overwhelming the whole building.
Readers maybe surprised why this house is abandoned even though it looked quite new.
I wish I knew – the people once resided there has abandoned farming as local vegetables no longer have a market and they may even have emigrated.
The second picture was taken at the beach where I have taken a similar photo with about 20 cows lying there last time.
This time, there is only a lone cow, just woke up and stood there on the beach.
Apparently, he was abandoned by his mates, but the whole flock was abandoned by the villages when they decided to abandon farming.
This cow has sand smeared all over its face, making it looked grotesque.
Nobody likes to be abandoned, it must be bitterly!