Superfund Sites in China →
Interesting future in China, as noted by Polis. There always seems to be a fascination among artists and designers to create art within and among ruin and decay. Perhaps it’s the capacity for artists to heal and reconnect things that are broken, recover things that are lost or disappearing, and bring new understanding to things that are fragmented, no longer intelligible. May it as well be...
MY FAVORITE GRAVEL ROADS
The gravel roads were dry and fast with intermittent coarse areas. Most often there were great lines to follow but occasionally there is the need to drift over and find a new line as they tend to end and hopefully reappear. The hills were very fast but dry, so caution going down was generally a rule, patches of loose gravel were not so easy to locate visually...
gravel and dirt →
This Saturday I’ll be cycling some of my favorite gravel roads in southern Minnesota for the Almanzo 100 gravel race. I always mean to take some photos but the riding is always fast and I’m usually reaching for food and water not the camera. Please enjoy these photos of dirt roads by Robert Kinmont. Insert farm fields and barns and bluffs to approximate the scenery I’ll be...
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