Tuesday, May 16, 2017
A Diamond in the Rough
While hiking around in the Shawnee National Forest, I stumbled upon a homeless encampment. I didn't see anyone, but the place looked heavily lived in. The ground smelled like urine and there was debris scattered everywhere. Beer bottles, single shoes, dirty rags, and ripped newspapers were the remnants of the tenants at large. Even though the place was poorly kept, the travesty of our planet, the entrance was guarded by this string spiderweb. I found the artwork creation beautiful and decided to take a picture. I hope you can enjoy this diamond in the rough.