Thursday, January 28, 2010

The Mystery of the Pink Hill

I have long wondered how this landscape came to be.

                                                                 Photo by Andy Stanton

It's just

Were the pink portions red once upon a time, and they were trying to mimic the pretty sandstone mountains down in Southern Utah somehow?

I like to pretend that's the reason, because I can't see why else they would have pink concrete.  I used a picture where it featured the side of the house for a little more anonymity, but if you look closely you can see a sliver that shows the front of the house is red.

It's a mystery indeed.


The Idiot Gardener said...

Maybe they wanted to confuse any passing salmon?

Dwayne said...

Hmmm, does look a bit out of place. I would think that if it was actually red at one time you would see variations of color here and there, but it looks pretty consistent though.

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