Buried truss

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Margrit M. Berger (S… on August 20, 2007

Ryan, you must have been photo hunting late in the evening till sunset. :-)

It's interesting, how these debris of industrialization become a different meaning in their second life, once they lose their original function. To be caught like this they become an innocent piece of art with their geometrical forms sticking in the mud. I like it.

Ryan Calhoun on August 20, 2007

Thanks, May. I think the time was just after 5pm, on the way home. This is a beach of the Big River (not that big, though), the same spot as that tiny frog/toad. There is a new bridge overhead, built maybe five years ago. I guess this is part of the old bridge, but there's no other pieces around. I know what you mean: once something becomes partly buried or overgrown, or home to some animal, it's well on its way to being reclaimed by the wild.

Margrit M. Berger (S… on August 20, 2007

Ryan, I knew you would understand, what I mean. :) May

Marco Ferrari on October 2, 2007

Nice shot!


Ryan Calhoun on October 2, 2007

Thanks, Marco! Greetings, Ryan

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