Without a ladder, I can only photograph a small portion of a parking space. The shot below is representative of the entire space: it showcases a new painting style (or the first time I’ve seen blue letters on white background); a portion of the dribblings of soda cans; the weathered cracks indicating the well-worn usage […]
‘Analog and Digital’ is a good alternate title for this photo.
The paint disintegrates in an interesting way. Chips of the blue pigment disappear in bigger chunks than those of the white. The bare pavement shows through the pocked blue area. The smaller chips from the white area reveal black.
What would the conclusion be if a parking lot archeologist came upon this layer in the sediment, many years from now? Much depends on the continuity of history. In the future where the slab pictured below is unearthed, would handicapped space indicators in parking lots still be blue?; would there still be handicapped spaces?; would […]
Here is a photo of a portion of a parking lot space divider. It looks like it could have been painted by a brush. It doesn’t look as if a can of spray paint was used. The line does serve its purpose and reminds us that there is room for life on some roadways. Not […]
Now and then, the most mundane subjects attract my attention. I liked the way these two lines intersected.