Hidden in Suburbia 2011: Epilog

Okay, I lied.

I wasn’t planning to do any more Hidden in Suburbia pieces during my final seven weeks in Latham, but as I was out riding for exercise last week, I noticed a new construction cut into some of my favorite woods, and that made me want to grab the camera and see what was going on, in an area that I had considered safe from suburban encroachment. I was, apparently, wrong in that assessment. As always, hit the picture below to read the annotated story in all of its wistfulness, or if my words tire you out prematurely, just click here for the wordless slideshow.

To see other Hidden in Suburbia photo essays, click here.

One thought on “Hidden in Suburbia 2011: Epilog

  1. Thanks for that. Some lovely pictures and it was nice to seem them. Nothing we can do when developers move in to build more houses, they seem to be on a mission from God and/ or the Devil to keep on doing it .

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