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High & Dry

It’s hard to expect that boat, trapped behind barbed wire and weeds, will ever again see a body of water.

Roundup, Texas
photographed 12.17.2017

Killer

I kind of want to think that someone didn’t read the directions on the bag of ant killer there in the foreground, and this is the result…

Roundup, Texas
photographed 12.17.2017

Separation

Well, I am not sure what caused this, but somehow the contents of the house became separated from it. (The debris field included a photocopier. If you’re interested, let me know and I’ll provide directions. I don’t think anyone here is using it.)

Roundup, Texas
photographed 12.17.2017

Chair no more

There was all sorts of crap piled up around this place. It was a bit of a mystery how this particular chair was selected for the trash, given all the other possibilities. I guess it was the only thing that fit into the dumpster…

Roundup, Texas
photographed 12.17.2017

Prairie Style

It’s probably hard to tell from my usual posts, but I know a couple of things about architecture. Which is sort of pathetic, really, since I’ve got an actual degree in architecture. But that’s neither here nor there.

Prairie style architecture, according to this link*, is “marked by its integration with the surrounding landscape, horizontal lines, flat…roofs…, and restraint in the use of decoration.” So it’s no wonder that this scene seemed to be a fine example!

Roundup, Texas
photographed 12.17.2017

*WARNING: if you go to the link, be prepared for that very annoying white-text-on-black-background that is nearly impossible to read.

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