The landfills became swollen with an unknown substance and the earth continued to rebound from the last ice age, resulting in the surprising emergence of rolling hills covered with weedy turf grass, burdock and Queen Anne’s lace. The roads and parking lots fractured and crumbled like the crust atop a creme brulee. The homogenous strip malls went untended and could be heard screeching and moaning as they collapsed onto the new horizon.
The Dwellings of Others:
Walk around the block,
looking for the shelters of non-human residents.
Record what you see in words or images.
Banjo decided to play too!
After much internal debate, I decided not to try and retrieve the DOLLAR that was in the hole! It took a lot of self-control… but I decided that if my arm got bit by some unknown creature… the dollar would really not have been worth it, plus, maybe the beast needs it more than I do.
Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 at Noon Meet at the Warren Community Center
Join local artist & researcher Bridget Quinn for a walk in urban nature! Bring water, a camera or sketchbook and an open mind. Don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes that can get dirty! Meet us on the walking path by the playscape at noon!
I live near Fitzgerald High School, and occasionally bits of homework and notes blow into the yard. Today I found this gem written by an unknown high school student.