Thank you "Minnjohn".
I actually contemplated to whether I should post this as a panorama or not. After stitching the frames together, I found many compositions I could crop from this and post individually.
I discovered the "fun" is to view this image in full resolution and pan left, right, up and down all the while "discovering" all the neat compositions within this one.
Again, the key is to stop, look, discover.
Thank you "Minnjohn". Browsing through your collection I see many familiar places, but in fascinating new perspectives. Thanks for sharing your discoveries, as I continue to share mine!
Way out here in Easton Minnesota, I'm not sure what would have required a security guard. Much less a shack for that guard.
I can see the little fella hiding behind big momma , you wouldnt want a bad gastric day there would be a pile=up at the Dunny door
[RAPIDAN GRAIN AND FEEDS]
I bet that bush half way got well watered , you just about need a map to find your way down there or a pushbike
You'd have to be a long distance runner to get to the Dunny in an emergency
"SPITTING ON THE SIDEWALK
PENALTY OF $5.00 TO $100.00
DEPT. OF HEALTH"
Ruins of a 3 section steel pony truss bridge.