Here are 3 photos of scattered broken glass fragments on pavement that I’ve come across in recent years.¹
Train station parking lot, August, 2010
Rest area parking lot, September, 2013
I had to drive into Boston for a meeting yesterday, and traffic was a bit slower than is typical late morning, due to construction. I’d also had rough night, sleep-wise, so I’d had more caffeinated beverages than is typical. These combined factors led to me stopping at the rest area on my way in, which is not typical. I looked down at the ground and admired the patterns made by the cracks and the weathered paint, which is typical of me. And I was rewarded by the sight bits of aquamarine-colored glass, bits of someone’s broken car window, sparkling in the sunlight like cut gems. Naturally, I stopped to take some pictures. I was especially pleased that I now had a third photo of broken glass I’d come across to round out my collection. I find it funny that I can remember where I was when I took each of the previous broken glass photos. My mind is littered with this sort of largely useless information.
7 thoughts on “3 photos of broken glass”
I like it that you remember these details. :) And I like the photos!
You have such a keen eye.
The green is stunning.
How gorgeous! Broken glass framed just so with the light just so makes me wonder at the trouble we go through for anything fancier. That’s facile I know, like saying flowers are better than diamonds, but still.
These are LOVELY pictures…