Near Calcott, Kent – 2/10

It is not only the responsibility of land owners to provide stiles that are easy to navigate and use, but also maintain access to them and good overall visual presentation, and this stile seems to be submerged in an ever-growing ocean of long grass. Even without having to effectively scythe one’s way to get to actually use this stile, the seemingly intentionally used flimsy and moss-infested wood looks ready to snap at any point and no effort has been made to hide the barbed wire which is ready to pierce the skin and infect a healthy dose of tetanus. A shocking effort.

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