Arch-like irrigation spray over a bean field
Brick arch over drive in door at what once was a Porsche dealership
Note how the mortar is failing in the bottom course and bricks have already fallen on the upper right wall
And the efflorescence on the brick above, indicating water is seeping through the bricks and deteriorating the mortar
More collapses are imminent
Arches over blocked off windows and poison ivy vines –> (jk)
Eons ago baseball broadcaster Dizzy Dean remarked about a long ball hit at Wrigley Field
“Clear back into those poison ivy vines”
Another brick arch, same building
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9 response to "Arches"
Love the brick arches ;’-) And the arched irrigation seen past your arched bike cables ?
I looked right thru those cables and never gave it a thought arch-wise.
Hmmmm wonder how many more arches might be found on a bicycle — the rear fender on your BF is one.
Rich, I’m starting to worry about a recurring theme in Hoopeston. Do you live in a brick house? If so, please let us know immediately.
“Ain’t it the truth!” — Snagglepuss
I’m going to have to be more observant. You guys make me look bad. 🙂 Do love the arched bricks.
These posts, Rich, I think need a title – something like “the joys of capitalism” or something.
Cool pictures of deteriorating brick walls!
Rich, you might have been the only person on Cycle365 who didn’t notice the arched bike cables way before the arched irrigator spray.
Probably! See my latest post concerning my powers of observation/intellectual capacity. 😉