Wordless Wednesday: 5946 (Vacant Lot, California)

24 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: 5946 (Vacant Lot, California)

  1. Yes, one more shot form NAMM 2010.

    This was a vacant lot across the street from my hotel in Anaheim, California. The overrun pavement, palm trees, and 1960s architecture of the nearby building seemed very photogenic, and a very iconic image of California in 2010. It is also a canvas of sorts for some of own visual ideas. I could do a lot with this lot (no pun intended) without having to build on it or even resurface it. It just is.

  2. I like the look of this lot with the building behind it.

    Thanks for visiting mine and to answer your question it was at the Amy Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Arts Museum and Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts museum in Williamsburg, VA. The two museums are housed in the same large building so I can’t remember which one it was in.

  3. to me, this pictures isn’t just representative of CA in 2010, but the whole country. I feel like I see the same themes here on the east coast. bright colors and life next to abandonment.

  4. I love it! I esp. love the blue building in the background. Its a great contrast in color and emptyness. It actually makes the lot itself stand out even more.

    Happy WW!

  5. Definitely room to build!! My pic was taken in Yucaipa, CA. BTW, about 45 minutes from Palm Springs. Happy WW and thanks for stopping by:)

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