Monday, November 25, 2013

Target Practice

From lostlosangeles:

Into the breach our souls

(East of the Sierras, California.)

Monday, November 18, 2013

New York Escape

From Joe Viger:

East 12th Street, New York City

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

It's All Downhill

From Dave Brigham:

Like so many New England communities, Waltham, Mass., once had a ski hill. More than one, probably. Prospect Hill, like nearby Cat Rock in Weston (see July 27, 2012, "Cat Rock, Part I"), thrived for years until corporations started building larger resorts.

Here's a view of the slope these days:

Prospect Hill, Waltham, Mass.

And here's what it looked like in its heyday, courtesy of the New England Lost Ski Areas Project web site.

Unlike Cat Rock, Prospect Hill has little evidence of its ski hill past. But as I meandered down the path, I spied something in the woods.

HIdden

I'm not sure what this little building was, but I'm guessing it was a storage shed, snack shack or power supply cabin.

Window in the woods