Driving to pick up a new to me set of rims for the big pickup I drove back on the old highway. Now sections no longer pavement. Going by and through small towns, some with the population less than 20 – I do come onto some interesting places. Here I can go from Munich to Perth to Palermo to Pekin to England – all in the same day and on less than a tank of fuel. Don’t even have to cross an ocean.This one is an old one room schoolhouse, now a township meeting hall. Not really in use any longer but the voting booths and stove are there.Sigma DP2 Merrill for the image.
"A good still photograph, studied by an inquiring mind, frequently yields more information than a mile of moving images". Walter Cronkite, New York, June 1989
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P.S. I remember driving through Wyoming, past signs that said, “Population: 4”, “Population: 6”, even one that said, “Population 0”. I guess if someone moved in s/he would be responsible for changing the sign.
Mike Nelson Pedde