In Detroit, the decay of the urban landscape is nothing new. Entire neighborhoods are reduced to mere ghosts of what they were in their heyday. That is our reality. Nature is reclaiming what was once its own, with ivy vines covering entire sides of abandoned houses and moss reaching inside buildings to line the floors with fantasy-like carpet. With so many buildings falling apart, a question sneaks into the mind: should we allow nature to reclaim these symbols of our failures?