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The Sacred and the Profane - Shiprock and Beer Bottles

The Sacred and the Profane - Shiprock and Beer Bottles

Nikon D80
1/25s f/16.0 at 12.0mm iso100 full exif

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Guest 08-Feb-2008 20:33
An all too familiar combination. Nice capture!
Tim May22-Nov-2007 18:52
I like when you add social commentary to your images - I have a bit of a weird take on this one - especially since it is in Indian lands - I think about my niece who is an archeologist at Jamestowne in VA. She is delighted to come across the rubble, the litter of the past. Maybe in hundreds of years some archeologist will be pleased to discover this taste of life in the 21st century.
Lion21-Nov-2007 22:10
More litter,wonder how the people that did this live.And its always bud or coor's drinkers.
Peg O'Brien15-Nov-2007 14:50
I don't care if people want to drink themselves to death; just wish they'd pick up the bottles afterwards!
Phil Douglis14-Nov-2007 01:00
Good to see you posting this image so quickly, Dave. It speaks of man's disregard to his environment, and also comments on the social and health issues that define the plight of the particular society that lives in this place.
Bryan Murahashi11-Nov-2007 17:54
Yes, a sad capture.
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