The Mountains Remain

bellows falls industry springMill ruins sag against a galvanized steel substation; everything changes and nothing changes.


2 thoughts on “The Mountains Remain

  1. This photo echoes the ruins of tipples in the Appalachian coalfields. Different regions, same phenomenon. And always, the mountains & foothills remain. Thanks for this & all of your posts.

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  2. Thank you Pat. The continuity and cycles of the natural world are an anchoring backdrop to our ephemeral human activity in the landscape; rather than finding that temporal aspect distressing, I find solace in my surroundings. Have a good day, wherever you may find yourself!


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