Saturday, October 15, 2016

Let's Do This


First, an aside. It seems that three-year-old Madeleine can't figure out the difference between Donald Duck and Donald Trump. When she sees the bewigged politician on TV she points at him and squeals "Donald Duck! Donald Duck!" And, you know, I think she's on to something. Close your eyes and listen to both of them...  

Anyway, back inside the ruins of the Cotton Belt Railway Terminal. Our industrial ruins can't hold a candle to Detroit's (anyone ever seen Naqoyqatsi?) but this is a pretty good example of the genre. Maybe someone is trying to do something with it. That's a utility bucket sold by a national hardware and home remodeling store.         


5 comments:

biebkriebels said...

Madeleine is a clever girl :-)! Graffiti had become a kind of art nowadays, but I still can't see it that way.

bill burke said...

Donald Duck is much better than the other one. Graffiti is unattractive no matter where it is but I always photograph it because it is part of where you are.

William Kendall said...

I think she's insulting the duck, who has scruples and is far better socially adjusted and coherent than The Infernal Combover. :)

Graffiti appears here too, though this is rather intensified.

Stefan Jansson said...

A clever girl indeed.

Sharon Anck said...

Donald Duck it is!