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2013-01-23 - Taylor Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
A carefully tended bit of street art remains on Taylor Street in Columbia, KY, across the road from the Jackman High School memorial. It's in a neatly maintained neighborhood. It's precious. And it's obvious that someone knows what to leave alone, what needs a human hand to give it the appearance of chance, but, in reality, is carefully landscaped. One wonders what the story of the old pickup is? Who owned it. How it came to rest and rust so well. We found it when revisiting the Jackman High site with Mrs. Marcum, who remembered that her friend, Lovie Kinnaird from Edmonton, KY, had gone to school there. Linda had wanted to get a different view of another fascinating old truck she often sees from the Columbia Post Office and wanted to photograph, but thought this one might be the ultimate of its genre. - EW

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