Notice the block walls? Those are the equivalent of chain link fences here in many neighborhoods including mine. When I first moved here, I didn’t understand why this is done but it does work very well. This is common here and in California.
I’m sure that you know about Easter Island and its Maoi statues. Standing among these concrete pilings automatically had me thinking about that mysterious island located thousands of miles from anything. The county always does a fine job of painting over the damn graffiti that the young punks leave behind, note that can of spray paint.
Why do that? What kind of jollies do these punks get from defacing the concrete? And, yes, that is a pair of girl’s underwear. I don’t want to know how they were left behind or what happened…
I used the Nikkor 140mm lens for this quick shoot which was really hot because of the 90-degree heat and the concrete reflecting so much sunlight on me, making me a sweaty mess by the time I got back in the truck. Thank God for air conditioning!
I’m just pulling photos down from my cloud storage for you this morning since I haven’t been out shooting at all recently. Watching The Weather Channel’s recaps of hurricane Ian this morning, I feel so blessed to wake up this morning to a completely blue sky and sunshine touching my palm trees which are standing up. I can’t imagine what it would be like to have gone through a storm like that. Happy Saturday my friends!