Tuesday, December 30, 2014
I took my usual walk to the power plant to see what has changed in my absence. After doing some photographs there, I kept walking and then cut through some woods to a vacant piece of property that used to contain a tank farm for fuel oil. I was curious what was there now. I found some broken concrete, and then this rusted sea wall. It is made from steel sheathing that is driven into the floor of the harbor with a pile driver. This wall has been there for a long long time, since it is almost completely rusted out. I spent some time trying to find the best pattern of holes before taking this picture.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 7:23 PM