A rusty relic sitting among sagebrush on the property of Micron Technology - a big Boise business. I think things like this sit around so long they become part of the landscape and no one notices them anymore, or thinks of disposing of them properly.
Peculiar, isn't it? In some settings the truck carcass would be considered an eyesore but here it really does add to the texture of the landscape.ReplyDelete
Things that have a rusted look - or are actually rusted over - are becoming very popular for landscaping.ReplyDelete
I was in an art store in Des Moines recently and some of the most expensive items were pieces that were metal sculptures -- and, of course, rusted over! Heh!
Enjoyed the image and I enjoyed your recent posts, too. Take care.
It looks like it was hit by a meteorite.ReplyDelete
It's being disposed of.......slowly. Oddly, I would normally go off on a great rant over littering the landscape with anything but I like to see these vehicles abandoned in a field. I'd prefer to see them preserved but that's another story.
I know it isn't right to let stuff like this just sit and rust, but I'm fascinated by it.ReplyDelete
That old thing has a story and now you've got my imagination running wild! What made that hole in the top, I wonder?ReplyDelete
Somehow, it's kind of appropriate (ironic, but appropriate) that it sits in the yard of a tech business.ReplyDelete
Ah great shot! I shouldn't be saying this but it's just a perfect reminder of times gone by.ReplyDelete
I like those rusty relics.ReplyDelete
Reminds us that there was a whole world of people and life BEFORE us.