Saturday, 27 November 2010

WHERE THE TRAFFIC CONE DROWNED


You might also like my post about the relationship between transport and nature in my Loose and Leafy post Floating in History.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

very nice detail
congrats


Grace Olsson
graceolsson.com

RuneE said...

The symbolic end of traffic and all that goes with it.

easygardener said...

It looks like it is slowly being absorbed into the rock.

Hermes said...

Poor thing its lost all its yellow.

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks Grace.

Rune, your comment reminds me of the fallen Statue of Liberty in 'The Planet of the Apes'.

Easygardener - that's quite a sinister thought.

Hermes - you offer it compassion.

Interesting group of comments.

Thanks folks!

Lucy

Pat Tillett said...

eventually, everything goes back to nature! very nice...

Lucy Corrander said...

Pat - nature has grabbed the traffic cone but it will have a challenge to break it down and re-absorb it. That's the trouble with plastic!

Have you seen Pirates of the Caribbean Two? (I think I mean Two.) Will Turner's father has been melded into the wooden walls of the ship and is covered in sea creatures etc. You only really notice him when he speaks. This cone reminds me of that.

Lucy