Long Exposure Photograph of an abandoned service station off the beaten path on Route 66 in New Mexico. Every small town in America has a service station. It wasn’t just a place to fill up or grab a quick cup of coffee. It was the town water cooler…a place for lonely dwellers to feel connected to society. And even though all the dwellers have left now, these stoic structures still stand…waiting with a staunch hopefulness for their lonely brethren to return. We turned the lights on at least one more time that night. Life returned, for but a moment. ProtoMachine flashlight dialed to red while the mercury street light bathes the building in green.
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