There is much art to be found in parking lots. I like the red leaves that look like chips of paint from the red-painted curb.
I saw this interesting arrangement in the parking lot next to work. The green curve is some kind of sand bag, I think. It doesn’t work to prevent leaves from getting into grate area. Maybe it’s for a parking lot oil spill.
The sky was beautiful. Mostly blue with some clouds in the distance. However, the telephone pole above the garage caught my attention. Something about the angles.
New parking lot photo:
The photo below is an expanded view of one posted the other day. The rounded, colorful protrusion from the bottom right of the frame is approximated by the white rectangular outline that enters from the left of the picture, a crude model of the three-dimensional object.
Parking lot art, again. The white line and the square of the access panel are not parallel with each other. Which one defines the true geometry of the parking lot?
The placement of this Sanitary Sewer cover back into place must have been a tough decision for the worker who was given the task. I must give him or her credit for aligning the words on the cover (‘Sanitary Sewer’) with the white line. It was a choice: align the words or put the white […]
The bricks are separated from the yellow dots by ordinary concrete of the sidewalk. I like the course pattern set apart from the fine dots.
Parking lots never let me down.
An enlarged portion of an overpainted handicap parking spot sign: