One of my favorite states to road trip through is Louisiana and why not? It has drive-through daiquiri shops, great food and awesome music.
The road sites are much fun to be had as well. Besides water, vegetation and earth there are also a lot of geometrical shapes in the landscape. As children we tend to like rounded objects. As adults, we may let our eyes wander to sharp edges that push us a little outside a visual comfort zone.
Here are some photos I captured of the edge of things as I drove on by –oftentimes at 70 miles per hour.
The rusted guardrails at the edge of the cemetery were a bit foreboding but added to the symmetry
Nestled in the scenery was this crashed out van with its edges spilling forth
As we drove up yet another bridge ramp, into the distance was a beautiful visually hypnotic bridge whose edges were smooth and beckoning.
Onto our next bridge, the pipes and rails framed the landscape keeping our attention wrapped up in diagonals
Round edges on the lawn can add some spice
Lastly, right before us stood a whole landscape of edges intertwined with the daily life and rhythms of Louisiana
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