Among the photographs I took of the dilapidated parking lot the other day, was one that captured a color now rarely seen in lots for parked cars. Yellow is a common color for lines on roadways. There are the omnipresent solid double yellow lines in the center of busy highways that one must not cross under any circumstances; dotted yellow lines that one may cross if necessary; single yellow lines on the side of the highway (whose meaning I don’t know).
I was grateful to get a leisurely view of this luscious color in a place where traffic is not zooming by. It is much less harsh than the white parking-space-divider line. These particular yellow line segments blend nicely with the rough, rocky surface on which they are painted.