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Location: South Park, Seattle.

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Many Shades of Rust

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Of Rust and Reflection

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Forms of Rust: Pt. 4

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Forms of Rust: Pt. 3

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Salty, marine air and water can really make for a corrosive combination.

Forms of Rust #2

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Forms of Rust

DSC_5602Walking in Red Hook, Brooklyn in the morning. Abandoned buildings, vacant sidewalks.

Chambers Bay

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Cast Aside :Bits and Bobs

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Skagit Valley: Abandoned#3

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Color versions of previous images. With color you can see the tonal variations in the corrugated roof ( as well as the geometry of lines) and the shades of rust to the right of the doorway above. I like seeing the partial windows in the background; adds some sort of depth, but leads nowhere. Well, just some random thoughts. I rarely comment on the images I post. I would rather the images spoke for themselves, but today I felt like sharing my impressions:-).

Rusty Structure

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Sections of an old train trestle along the Cedar River that is now used as a footpath.

Fisher Flour Mill (Con’t.)

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Peeling paint, rusting pipes and just the odd rip rap left behind.DSC_1282-001

Inside the Fisher Flour Site

DSC_1276-001 The floor boards were so spongy I had to walk on the planks. When I posted this image on Flickr I referred to it as a “creepy corridor”. DSC_1278-001

A Streetcar Named Quincy

One of the old streetcars resting/retired in Red Hook, Brooklyn.DSC_9085-001

Water Tank: Seattle-Duwamish River

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Abandoned Streetcars, Red Hook, Brooklyn

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Greetings from the Union St. Bridge

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Deserted Side Streets of Gowanus

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When you see grass growing in places it normally wouldn’t, it is a good bet that nature is on the march, slowing taking back the property that once was used by people. Graffiti, rust and grass/weeds are benchmarks of abandonment, I think. DSC_7700-001DSC_7702-001

Monday Metalwork

DSC_7706-001These objects were spotted in front of what could be an artist’s studio/residence in Gowanus.
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