Many young trees now surround the grounds of the church even filling in the cemetary. Ivy (Hedera sp.) can be found growing up their trunks and well into the canopies. All of the trees lend a air of mystery to the ruins. But the tree (Tilia sp. I think--speak up if you know) that was left to grow inside, poured over the tops of the walls and gave an air of romance to what would otherwise could be a dreary place.
|Old hollow tree filled with cement, still persevering.|