Along Cantonment Road #265

which sounds impressive, but it really is only one of the two original historical roads to the military camp that I am working at right now. It’s other name is Seatack Road which brings to mind Popeye the Sailor but we will not go there today. When I knew I was coming back for more photographs here, I also wanted to get more pictures of this treeline. It serves as an eastern boundary for an area that was historically used as a drill field and airfield during World War I and the 1920s. I do not know what the fascination is with this-but visually, it has always had a lot of possibilities.

Image taken with iPhone Slow Shutter and processed with Photo Toaster.

For today: Seatack Road Sentinels




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