Like yesterday’s post,  “Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder,” this shot was taken shortly after dawn on a Sunday morning in late December. I’m on the east bank of the Fox and down behind buildings that house sporting goods stores, boat supplies and repair shops and an Italian restaurant.

Sometimes when I am shooting industrial sites, I pick up some of the flavor of the area: the sugary-sweet vapor of the ethanol plant tangled itself in my hair and clothing and the inside of my car smelled like cotton candy long after the last glimpse of the plant had disappeared in the rear view mirror.   In today’s case, the area behind the ristorante where I was shooting was redolent with garlic and I returned to the car smelling like a Saturday night “Garlic Bread Special.”

Six weeks later as I am prepping these pictures to show you, I could swear there is a faint but pungent cloud of garlic wafting up from my screen. 

  1. sedge808 says:

    this ship looks very interesting.
    would love a look inside.

  2. andykidd says:

    Wabi Sabi lovely photo 📷. Each photo better than the last or is this an endless cycle? Whatever I await your next.

  3. jlheuer says:

    So this is what you do after the company leaves?

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