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- This is the interior of the water tank from the previous post. I managed this shot of litter bottles and debris through a bullet piercing on the tank. Many rounds had been fired leaving multiple puncture marks all over the tank. During the last two+ years living on our public lands, and most especially US Forest Service/BLM lands I I have come to understand the neglect, overuse, and deteriorating nature of our public spaces and land use in general. I have conscientiously avoided taking pictures of all the debris, litter the hundreds and thousands of empty rounds scattered and littered all over the place, broken jagged glass shards and chunks, rusted cans, bottle tops, hardware, styrofoam scraps, poopy toilet paper and more. Why I avoided these types of photo, I'm not sure. It probably had something to do with the superficiality of aesthetic. There is a lot of talk and criticism on the current administration's sell out of public lands. I have a completely unpopular perspective. The lands have been gravely neglected by those who should have taken better care. You and Me, our friends and neighbors. And everyone who sets foot on public land. Places like the Grand Canyon or Yosemite, and even ancient petroglyph sites are so overrun by human footprint the enchantment and luster of such places is questionable. The Grand Canyon is like a Disneyland and many visitors there have a Disneyland mentality. I follow many of these national parks and BLM lands feeds on my Twitter account. Their tweets reflect the same mentality: "Come trample here". See for yourself. I do think it is entirely morally wrong, not to mention an egregious error in judgment, that our "government" has so deeply slashed funding for park management, natural rehabilitation projects, littler removal, ranger and warden salaries, law enforcement and conservation, educational outreach projects and the like. Who runs "government" anyway? Last time I knew anything about it, it was People. #hike #hiking #camping #dispersedcamping #nomad #aesthetic #park #publiclands #neglect #deterioration #budgetcuts #nationalparks #stateparks #departmentofagriculture #usforestservice #blm #departmentoftheinterior
- This is the interior of the water tank from the previous post. I managed this shot of litter bottles and debris through a bullet piercing on the tank. Many rounds had been fired leaving multiple puncture marks all over the tank. During the last two+ years living on our public lands, and most especially US Forest Service/BLM lands I I have come to understand the neglect, overuse, and deteriorating nature of our public spaces and land use in general. I have conscientiously avoided taking pictures of all the debris, litter the hundreds and thousands of empty rounds scattered and littered all over the place, broken jagged glass shards and chunks, rusted cans, bottle tops, hardware, styrofoam scraps, poopy toilet paper and more. Why I avoided these types of photo, I'm not sure. It probably had something to do with the superficiality of aesthetic. There is a lot of talk and criticism on the current administration's sell out of public lands. I have a completely unpopular perspective. The lands have been gravely neglected by those who should have taken better care. You and Me, our friends and neighbors. And everyone who sets foot on public land. Places like the Grand Canyon or Yosemite, and even ancient petroglyph sites are so overrun by human footprint the enchantment and luster of such places is questionable. The Grand Canyon is like a Disneyland and many visitors there have a Disneyland mentality. I follow many of these national parks and BLM lands feeds on my Twitter account. Their tweets reflect the same mentality: "Come trample here". See for yourself. I do think it is entirely morally wrong, not to mention an egregious error in judgment, that our "government" has so deeply slashed funding for park management, natural rehabilitation projects, littler removal, ranger and warden salaries, law enforcement and conservation, educational outreach projects and the like. Who runs "government" anyway? Last time I knew anything about it, it was People. #hike #hiking #camping #dispersedcamping #nomad #aesthetic #park #publiclands #neglect #deterioration #budgetcuts #nationalparks #stateparks #departmentofagriculture #usforestservice #blm #departmentoftheinterior
- This is the interior of the water tank from the previous post. I managed this shot of litter bottles and debris through a bullet piercing on the tank. Many rounds had been fired leaving multiple puncture marks all over the tank. During the last two+ years living on our public lands, and most especially US Forest Service/BLM lands I I have come to understand the neglect, overuse, and deteriorating nature of our public spaces and land use in general. I have conscientiously avoided taking pictures of all the debris, litter the hundreds and thousands of empty rounds scattered and littered all over the place, broken jagged glass shards and chunks, rusted cans, bottle tops, hardware, styrofoam scraps, poopy toilet paper and more. Why I avoided these types of photo, I'm not sure. It probably had something to do with the superficiality of aesthetic. There is a lot of talk and criticism on the current administration's sell out of public lands. I have a completely unpopular perspective. The lands have been gravely neglected by those who should have taken better care. You and Me, our friends and neighbors. And everyone who sets foot on public land. Places like the Grand Canyon or Yosemite, and even ancient petroglyph sites are so overrun by human footprint the enchantment and luster of such places is questionable. The Grand Canyon is like a Disneyland and many visitors there have a Disneyland mentality. I follow many of these national parks and BLM lands feeds on my Twitter account. Their tweets reflect the same mentality: "Come trample here". See for yourself. I do think it is entirely morally wrong, not to mention an egregious error in judgment, that our "government" has so deeply slashed funding for park management, natural rehabilitation projects, littler removal, ranger and warden salaries, law enforcement and conservation, educational outreach projects and the like. Who runs "government" anyway? Last time I knew anything about it, it was People. #hike #hiking #camping #dispersedcamping #nomad #aesthetic #park #publiclands #neglect #deterioration #budgetcuts #nationalparks #stateparks #departmentofagriculture #usforestservice #blm #departmentoftheinterior

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