…..[Last year, on the sun-spilled deck in Marin
we ate grapes with the Russians;
the KGB man fingered them quickly and dutifully,
then, in a sad tone to us
“We must not eat them so fast,
we wait in line so long for these,” he said. ]…
excerpt from “Food’
by Brenda Hillman
7 thoughts on “Concrete Cadillac”
That is a really interesting photo – the textures, juxtaposition – one tends to just sit and look at it. Great b/w…
Looks like he’ll be stuck there for a while, waiting for someone to come and clear the road 😉 Great picture.
The contrast between the car and the rubble is really nice in this one!
I like the shiny Caddie amongst the rubble. Good catch and composition. I don’t know a Cadillac owner that would park like that.
this is what i call a dead end 🙂
Great shot. It’s exceeding.
(hIs this the end of the gasoline car culture?
I hope so…Read on the March issue of the National Geographic about the stripping of the boreal forest in Alberta to extract oil from sand a process that wastes so much precious water and produces more CO2 than an oil well…It’s appalling what the Canadians are doing!