A large, empty building, built in the early 1940’s, once a hub of activity for mechanics and pilots preparing for war, now a haven for swallows and small, recreational planes.
For this week’s challenge, share a photo that symbolizes transitions, changes and the passage of time.
The office and tool building was built in the centre, and the markings for the tools are still on the walls inside the tiny room. The stairs to the upper rooms are gone, and there were no markings inside to even hint at the men who once worked and laughed inside. Just a couple of labels still glued to the wall.
They were people … who disappeared little by little in their own time, turning into memories, mists from other days, until they were absorbed into oblivion.
– Gabriel García Márquez,
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