Friday, April 8, 2011

Suburban Decay II

The Marathon is over; gasoline is gone; windows are boarded.

14 comments:

  1. I hope that someone is able to establish a business in this abandoned gas station which has occurred in many other places. These buildings don't add to the value of a neighborhood when it happens.

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  2. C'est triste. But the photo is very good :-)

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  3. Same thing has happened in Tungelsta. Sad to see.

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  4. J'ai toujours aimé les stations-service abandonnées.
    Je ne sais pas trop pourquoi.

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  5. Hope they replace it with something more aesthetic

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  6. Wir haben hier auch gerade ein bisschen Probleme mit dem neuen gasoline E10. Keiner will es haben aber es gibt es überall.

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  7. A sadly common sight nowadays!

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  8. an important measurement of current time and life.



    daily athens

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  9. Good photo commentary of the times we live in; sad to see.

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  10. Far too common a sight these days, but hey, Congress just passed last year's budget, maybe things are getting better.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  11. I always have such a strange feeling everytime I'm aware of such a situation... The photo is fantastic though!

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