City Geometries, the Odd Ruin, and Some Genealogical Burrowing
There is a kind of majesty about these structures : a marriage of sculpture and industry. Fabulous photographs.
That is a clever way of looking at and describing these structures.
That first tank, while quite a lot higher, reminds me of our old concrete water tank, leaks and all.
I walked round a few tank farms in my time during environmental audits. These are classics.
Wonderful pictures and fun commentary. Great post. Thanks!
You're so funny to give them names, Sean. They do have a commanding presence, though, don't they, especially the Admiral, the Lopezes, and the Westport brothers.
A terrific spin on this weekend's theme. I like the patina on the first which creates as much effect in sepia tone as in color. My guess is that the tanks all contained different kinds of material, both granular and liquid?
Elegance in word and sight.
Loved this post. Great photos and fun captions.
Love these photos. Great captions.