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Monoliths and Imagination…

April 13, 2009

Steel Plate Storage, Navy Yard at Noisette

Steel Plate Storage, Navy Yard at Noisette


In the northern portion of what was once the Charleston Naval Shipyard, there is a steel plate storage yard. It was used extensively in WWII when ships were built here. The large steel sheets were offloaded from trains and stored on edge against the concrete pillars. Lots of people think that the concrete looks like grave markers. But, imagine a broader set of possibilities that these silent concrete monoliths might be. What do you think they look like??
Easter Island

Easter Island

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  1. April 13, 2009 4:13 pm

    If you squint, they kinda look like a city skyline.

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