This gritty abandoned warehouse scene kind of fits the mood of this forum, yet even here life sprawling.
In temporary pond that formed behind docks there was life, frogs, tad poles, sea weed and more, and in train in background, more 'life', in the form of art, and now that art, artist, whomever they are, lives here.
I love taking older graffiti styles on trains, that are a bit worn out, and brightening up the colors again, as probably seen when fresh and new.
Well here, there is no more weather to wear out the paint.
Speaking of old and new styles, you can tell styles are a changing by the different art on the trains, you can tell new art from old tag styles, 80's from the 90's to now...although doubt any train art from the 80's would still be on train.