About 10.000 agricultural businesses in the Netherlands are wound up every year. Farms are dismantled or used for other functions. Where there were once grazing cows, there are now golfers playing a round of golf or rows of campervans and tents. SKOR (Stichting Kunst en Openbare Ruimte, Foundation for Art in Public Space) invited eight internationally respected photographers to capture this development in images. Historic photos served as a reference-point. The photographic essays are accompanied by four essays. The authors highlight the consequences of the changing agricultural sector for the Dutch landscape.