Tag: rust

Goats, Kudzu, and Rotted Wood Walk into a Bar…

…there’s no punchline. Because there’s no joke. Not really surprised, are you? What’s incredible, though, is how these three come together and create compelling space. Yes, I said “compelling.” Humans flock to the Goat Farm in industrial Atlanta Georgia for the cool, run down buildings aside the train tracks. Photo clubs (like mine) are in […]

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A Road Trip to See…Cars?

The photo club took a field and trip and what a wonderful one it was! Old Car City in White, Georgia is home to acres of rusted cars and car parts, with trees and vines growing over and through them. Pollen that stuck to the windows left patterns once it was washed away by rain. […]

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Take the Back Roads–There’s More to See…Like Mailboxes

STOP THE CAR! Fun when you’re in a National Park looking for animals. A bit chaotic when you’re hunting mailboxes. I beg your pardon, hunting mailboxes? Yes. My whole life it escaped me that the mailbox is yet another expression of personality. So in addition to thinking about what to name my ranch/boat/estate, I also […]

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All Aboard!

A field trip to the Southeastern Railway Museum in Georgia with my photo club. Cool trains, groovy cameras, and boiling hot.  A fine day, indeed. Have you found beauty in modes of transportation? Does rust appeal to you as long as it’s not on your belongings? If you can’t view the slideshow, click here.

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