It's getting to the point where the story behind the Photo Friday image
is more interesting than the image
Again, I was at a loss for what to do for current
challenge when I saw this septic truck in the supermarket parking lot (I
was there picking up two gallons of milk to make up for the two gallons I
poured down the sink on Wednesday—don't ask—like I said, it was a bad week) and the coiled up hose was
good enough for the theme of “curves.”
So I walk up close and start taking pictures. That's when I notice this
small view port on the tank. Looking closer, there were things
moving along the inside.
Fast moving things!
When I showed Spring the images, she said she could
have gone a whole lifetime without seeing those images.
Couldn't we all?
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