Friday, October 16, 2015

Phantom Way



PHOTOGRAPHER’S JOURNAL: Concrete piers, marching across the swamp, a phalanx of mourners in close formation or at rest like headstones. We know from those who came before us that once they carried a cable system for harvesting ice from Bantam Lake to keep perishables cool through long summers to the final harvests of Thanksgiving. It was part of the routine of life, and through much of the year this alley was busy with traffic.



2 comments:

Ginnie said...

Sentries bearing witness to a day gone by. Or ghosts? They'd surely look eerie at night!

Emery Roth II said...

...with fog rising. Thanks for visiting.