For several days, I’d noticed an area that was near a main road, but was rather grown up around the perimeter. I could see hills of red clay where erosion was creating some interesting rivulets.
Friday, I decided to check it out on my lunch break, so I walked into the area. What I couldn’t see from the road is that it has also turned into somewhat of a tire (and other assorted crap) dumping ground. As I wandered across the flat part to get to the base of the hill, I kept hoping I wouldn’t stumble across a dead body!
I put my camera low to the base of the hill and shot up toward the top, trying to make the line of sight follow the general lines of erosion.
While this photo is nothing special, it creates a neat illusion when the sky is cropped out because it then appears as if I’m looking down into a gully with a tire below me. In actuality, the tire was well above my head and relatively far away on the hillside.
Unedited photo below: