Wednesday, December 28, 2005


Underside of Billboard.

This isn't normal muck. Through the ooze, railroad ties poke out, metal plates show a corner, and bricks masquerade as muddy stone. During the height american capitolism, what here is a pool of water were teeming railroad freight yards, while behind me industries served by water, rail, and road made this a hazy, bustling area. Now, the business is renting billboards.

The Save-A-Lot that owns this cart is at least two miles away. Carts can travel far on pavement, I've even found personally, but to get this through so much dirt and muck is a feat. I suppose the person gave up here.

These had the appealing color contrast of black and a orange/golderod/yellow


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