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In the process of clearing out and moving to
another country entirely (Italy - who
wouldn't?), friends left these weathered
door-knobs sitting on the lid of a compost
heap at the bottom of the garden. Unwanted,
they would have been tossed into the
corporation bin by the new house-owners, to
become landfill.
Unless burned, all wood returns to its original
molecular state eventually, becoming sawdust
from the chain saw, for instance, or offcuts
from the DIY'er or the boatbuilder or
carpenter, or discarded as scrap by property
developers. After a few years - when the Mrs
wants some new furniture - those old wooden
shelves and cupboards are taken to the
corporation dump, to become landfill, food for
termites and wood lice. The forester often
cuts out the middleman by just leaving felled
dead trees to rot and become home for small furry creatures, altogether more
environment-friendly.
In the process of clearing out and moving to another country entirely (Italy - who
wouldn't?), friends left these weathered door-knobs sitting on the lid of a compost heap
at the bottom of the garden. Unwanted, they would have been tossed into the
corporation bin by the new house-owners, to become landfill.
Unless burned, all wood returns to its original molecular state eventually, becoming
sawdust from the chain saw, for instance, or offcuts from the DIY'er or the boatbuilder
or carpenter, or discarded as scrap by property developers. After a few years - when the
Mrs wants some new furniture - those old wooden shelves and cupboards are taken to
the corporation dump, to become landfill, food for termites and wood lice. The forester
often cuts out the middleman by just leaving felled dead trees to rot and become home
for small furry creatures, altogether more environment-friendly.
In the process of clearing out and moving to
another country entirely (Italy - who
wouldn't?), friends left these weathered
door-knobs sitting on the lid of a compost
heap at the bottom of the garden. Unwanted,
they would have been tossed into the
corporation bin by the new house-owners, to
become landfill.
Unless burned, all wood returns to its original
molecular state eventually, becoming sawdust
from the chain saw, for instance, or offcuts
from the DIY'er or the boatbuilder or
carpenter, or discarded as scrap by property
developers. After a few years - when the Mrs
wants some new furniture - those old wooden
shelves and cupboards are taken to the
corporation dump, to become landfill, food for
termites and wood lice. The forester often
cuts out the middleman by just leaving felled
dead trees to rot and become home for small furry creatures, altogether more
environment-friendly.

Old doorknobs

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In the process of clearing out and moving to another country entirely (Italy - who wouldn't?), friends left these weathered door-knobs sitting on the lid of a compost heap at the bottom of the garden. Unwanted, they would have been tossed into the corporation bin by the new house-owners, to become landfill.   

Unless burned, all wood returns to its original molecular state eventually, becoming sawdust from the chain saw, for instance, or offcuts from the DIY'er or the boatbuilder or carpenter, or discarded as scrap by property developers. After a few years - when the Mrs wants some new furniture - those old wooden shelves and cupboards are taken to the corporation dump, to become landfill, food for termites and wood lice.  The forester often cuts out the middleman by just leaving felled dead trees to rot and become home for small furry creatures, altogether more environment-friendly.
Oak. Has to be.

Oak. Has to be.

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