06 October 2007


Some graffiti shots from an odd little corner of Lancaster, Ohio. I love wandering through this kind of borderline location, where wilderness butts up against a town's structures. In this case the awkward convergence of a small city park and the backyards of three different neighborhoods has created a no-man's land which is crossed by a defunct railroad, a highway overpass, a creek, and several different footpaths. Something for everyone!

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Steven LaRose said...


the frogs are croaking their snapshot approval.

Helquin said...

Thanks -- I always wanted to be a hit with the frogs! I know graffiti shots are fatally cliche with the photo hipsters, but I just can't resist.