haiku + images
Different town, same
old story: nothing to keep
anyone here now.
I like the photos with this kind of light.
Thanks, Vera. Those filmy clouds made the light a lot different from the harsh sun we get most days.
Producers of….. Gasoline? That looks like what they used to sell. I really like the contrast between the two buildings, and the poles – white on the left, black far right and that thing on a stick. They all assist the composition – in many instances we would want to clone them out, but not in this case…They seem to belong.
Andy, I think this place was part of the farmers’ co-op, which would have ginned the cotton grown by the members. And, provided a fuel station, also for co-op members.
It’s so flat out here that the only bit of topography we get comes from poles…!
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