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Fallen Tree, Falling Water

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Holly Tree Trail Bike Ride

Weekend psychogeography leads to Watson Mill State Park’s Holly Tree Trail, and the ruins of a hydroelectric dam and power house built in 1907.

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South Fork River Dam Flow

South Fork River

Power House Ruins

Overgrown Power House Ruins

Buy Nothing Day Bike Ride

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Click here for a map of the scenic route.

Written by Cameron Brooks

November 23, 2012 at 4:55 pm

Nostalgic Light Play

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Illuminated surfers are captured mid-carve during an evening bike ride through wooded paths in the old neighborhood.

The following quote comes from the BABEL Working Group’s blog.

To become adult in our culture (which for most of us means to become compliantly productive) is . . . to be increasingly disabled for the kinds of humorous and dire, purposeful play that creates geometries of attention revelatory of silences in the terrifying tenses that elude official grammars.

-Joan Retallack, The Poethical Wager

Written by Cameron Brooks

July 4, 2012 at 12:23 pm