Post~Apocalyptic Bridge {In the Dark Room}

Project 52 Week 5 Post Apocalyptic {Living Outside the Stacks}
My family and I are big fans of The Walking Dead. I’m not really even certain how this started because, initially, I was totally skeeved by all of the flying brain matter and snot streams now I’m all Team Daryl Dixon. We actually plan family time around this TV show ~ we root for our favorite characters, sigh loudly when the black guy dies, and sigh even louder when he’s replaced by another black guy. Seriously, what is with that? In a post~apocalyptic world are black guys nonexistent and black women endowed with some sort of mystical powers? Hey, Michonne, I’m looking at you; you freak me out but I’m cheering for you all the sameAnyway, that’s a whole nother blog post.

My point is that this week’s 52 Week Project: 2013 Edition theme was “Post~Apocalyptic”. See, I ramble for a reason. When I saw this bridge, I knew it would make a perfect post~apocalyptic setting. Can’t you just picture screaming people running to safety across the bridge, closing the gates, and then realizing that they’ve trapped themselves with something even worse?

If you’d like to see the rest of my photos from the 52 Week Project, click here.

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  • HollyM

    You and I do part company on the issue of The Walking Dead. Too much gore and yuck. I’d be having nightmares, if I could sleep at all. No can do.
    But, hey, you have fun. ;-)

    • http://livingoutsidethestacks.com/ DaenelT

      LOL It took me a minute but I do like the story lines and it leads to some very interesting conversations around the house.

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