Forgotten hooks

This weeks theme at Photo Friday is best of 2009.
I took this picture at Tyneham – a village near Lulworth Cove that people had to leave because the War office decided they needed it. You can read the interesting story here.
The photo is taken in the cloakroom of the school, the hooks still have the names of the last pupils that hung their coats there.
The open door talks to me of the people leaving village while the reflection of the tree suggests nature reclaiming the space for herself, which is evident if you get to visit this place.
The door handle resembles a cross – which for me is an indication of who is in overall control no matter what happens.

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