Last week I was bemoaning the lack of photographic opportunites around here. At Shawshank I could walk down the enclosed enclave and be right next to the Gulf. At Bedlam I could hop in the car at night and head over to the Causeway, but here, at Waterboard, I am stuck in the middle, with no place easy to go. With that in mind I grabbed the camera and tested whether or not one always needs a "place", or whether there is opportunity right under our noses. I never went more than 15 feet from either the front or back doors.
Art? Maybe to someone.