My daughter knocked and entered the room. “Why didn’t you wake me?”, she said. Crap, not you too! I promised to drive her to school.
We got ready and walked to the car. Breakfast would have to wait. The car was covered with a thin sheet of frozen moisture. Scrape, scrape.
The road leading to the school was backed up. I guess we weren’t the only households who overslept.
The drive to work wasn’t unpleasant. I stopped in at the 7-11 on the corner near the office and got myself a cup of coffee and a food bar.
I pulled into the parking lot. I still did not have a photo forweekly challenge. But the scene before held some interest.
I noticed the large rocks in the empty lot. There is a story there but I don’t know what it might be. When I started working at this location several years ago the lot was empty. I can’t tell if a structure once stood here and was demolished and the empty space and rocks are the remains. Or are the rock’s building material for a new building over an old one. I don’t know.
- Camera—NIKON D5100
- Taken—4 December, 2017
- Focal length—35mm
- Shutter speed—1/250s