Industrial sunset

Image

On the curve of Curtis Street,

heading over to my good friends

who are Mommy and Daddy to

Tayla and Kira,

two humorous and comical

calico kitties.

I once wrote a poem about

cat-sitting those silly girls!

xoxo

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45 responses »

  1. An atmospheric photo, Robin and I’ve always found a certain beauty in industrial buildings. Where I grew up there were many old abandoned textile mill factories, huge buildings, black holes where the windows had been – I would stop and look at them for ages, such a dark somehow noisy aura from them. Even more powerful when lit with a sunset as this one.

    • Oh how I love your interesting comments, Annika. I do think there is beauty in the factory area of towns and cities, like the spires of churches and towers on castles. Thank you for mentioning old abandoned textile mill factories. New England has this section and Dan Antion blog has included photos of the magnificent buildings. I always wish these abandoned buildings were less expensive to “get them up to code.”

    • Alok, it is funny sometimes what we put into our blogs. I usually drive this way to and from my good friend’s house. The scenery would not have appeared if I weren’t watching her cats while she and her husband were out of town. Glad to get you chuckling! πŸ˜€

    • Oh, Deborah! I am surely appreciative of your kind comments. After I saw your especially awesome photographs of the drops falling on the colored fabric with the glass piece reflecting them, I almost “closed up shop!” Ha ha! The color and silhouettes of the factory spires made me feel it was an interesting effect. Thank you! πŸ™‚

    • I used to post my first full two years minus any photos. My youngest daughter, her dual majors were marketing and communications, told me I would get more readers using pictures. So, I guess I will continue but sincerely feel your photos of the recent bird of prey and the droplets were gorgeous and detailed, Deborah.
      As far as your words, I take them to heart. You are a good and encouraging friend. Thank you.

    • Jay, this is truly how I felt! The ordinary factory shape against the sunset made me think of castle turrets and church steeples. Only with my luck, I captured what was in my cell phone “lens,” so to speak. πŸ™‚

  2. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    AND WITH A NICE SUNSET BEHIND A CEMENT MIX PLANT! I JUST ROTE ABOUT BEING BANNED FROM USING THE ICE MELT SPREADER 😦 SO THE TWO KITTIES WENT RIGHT PAST ME THE FIRST TIME! AS USUAL, YOU MAKE EVEN READY-MIX PLANTS FOR CEMENT LOOK AND SOUND GOOD! AN EAGLE ETE FOR POSSIBILITIES AND A GENTLE HEART FOR KITTIES AND CHILDREN. TWO OF MANY FACETS THAT MAKE YOU A POLISHED GEM AMONG US, ROBIN! πŸ™‚

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