Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Rural Ruins

Disc Death
I've always been fascinated by how the natural environment seems to reclaim human contrivances when they are left unattended, uninhabited, unmoved for a period of time.

This abandoned, rusting disc rests in a side yard in Georgetown, La., its wheels and half of its blades half buried. The slender vines tying it to the ground did not seem overwhelmed at the enormity of their task.

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