Public/Private Interventions

October 30, 2006

Flour tests on road after three days of rain

Filed under: Tests — mastermistress @ 7:32 am

1st pic – children came along the road with yellow chalk and interacted with it. The mother was clearly disturbed but didn’t know what to make of it.
2nd pic- three days of alternating rain and sun. Didn’t wash the flour away but it has encrusted and is lifting … much like the sand in the desert!
3rd pic – the wind spread has absorbed the rain and become very milky. It almost looks like the ’sand’ font on a mac computer.

Maybe if not for the rain, this may have blown away completely. Any town interventions could be swept to the gutter afterwards in case any rain made the wet flour a hazard with cars.

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2 Comments »

  1. 1st pic – children came along the road with yellow chalk and interacted with it. The mother was clearly disturbed but didn’t know what to make of it.
    2nd pic- three days of alternating rain and sun. Didn’t wash the flour away but it has encrusted and is lifting … much like the sand in the desert!
    3rd pic – the wind spread has absorbed the rain and become very milky. It almost looks like the ‘sand’ font on a mac computer.

    Comment by mastermistress — October 30, 2006 @ 7:35 am

  2. Maybe if not for the rain, this may have blown away completely. Any town interventions could be swept to the gutter afterwards in case any rain made the wet flour a hazard with cars.

    Comment by mastermistress — October 30, 2006 @ 7:39 am


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