The persistence of change.
Its purpose long gone, outside a collapsed pig barn.
A sign of documented presence.
All the way to the top at the Poet’s Seat Tower in Greenfield, MA.
The back (track) side of a closed lumber mill.
Frozen concrete and steel, salt and shadows.
Progress on the poured concrete north tower of the West River bridge replacement has slowed for winter; the steel arch of the existing span catches the last rays of a February day.
City Hall in Springfield, MA holds its august ground beneath a pedestrian office tower.
A forgotten signpost at the town lines of Leyden and Guilford marks the boundary between the states of Massachusetts and Vermont.
Another glaring oasis in an endlessly straight darkness of petroleum camps.