Saturday, January 10, 2009

the aftermath


thousands of people leave behind thousands of pieces of trash on pasadena's streets. isn't there a solution to this mess? a big thank you goes out to the city's clean up crew and the hard work they do in the days following the parade.

8 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

And when you take a look at these two posts you can understand why our planet is in peril.

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pasadenaadjacent.com said...

Reminds me of the many "morning after parties" I cleaned up when I was running a gallery out of my loft. After the first opening, I never served hard liquor again.

Cafe Observer said...

Acutally, bw, that stretch just south of the Fuller looks relatively clean compared to most sections of Colorado!

Maybe the Fuller students were enlisted, due to their free time, to keep their part of the street clean.

ben wideman said...

Abe - you said it!

PA - that is too funny! When are you going to host a blogger party at your loft?

Cafe - Fuller students are brilliant people, but I'm not sure if we're any cleaner than the rest...

patmccullough.com said...

I love that you shot a big mess right outside Sotheby's. Nice.

Laurie said...

I'm all for that blogger party at PA's place! I promise, I'll only sip on diet coke...

This is a cool shot, Ben. Stop by my blog... I have a challenge for you!

hayden said...

Oh my gosh this is the weirdest thing ever. I took a picture, much like this, of the trash on Colorado and submitted it to my school's holiday photo competition. I called it Aftermath. That has got to be one of the craziest coincidence I have ever been witnessed.

ben wideman said...

Too funny! What a coincidence. Hope your photo does well!