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  • Do you really think those mustard yellow matchstick built hovels, even with their big asphalt parking lots (with inevitable weed-filled cracks) are a better alternative?

    See for yourself (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • An old farmstead—now fallen into disrepair—dominated a weed-filled terrace above a slow stream.

    Fire The Sky

  • Yes Zach I would prefer "those mustard yellow matchstick built hovels, even with their big asphalt parking lots (with inevitable weed-filled cracks)".

    See for yourself (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • An old farmstead—now fallen into disrepair—dominated a weed-filled terrace above a slow stream.

    Fire The Sky

  • Husband raked over the weed-filled mess in August.

    Sixth time is a charm

  • Husband raked over the weed-filled mess in August.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • Still remaining are the constant reminders of the devastation left behind; trees left in branchless tangles, roofless shambles of hand-laid stone foundations of once century-old structures, empty weed-filled lots, the constant traffic and beeping of backhoes, and the bare slab foundations of what were once homes but now have only haunting stairways leading down to what were once basements that, luckily, saved the lives of many local residents.

    Michael DeJong: Greensburg: An Eco 9/11

  • Husband raked over the weed-filled mess in August.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • The photo above slightly obscures a small vegetable garden planted around the cross in a weed-filled empty lot.

    Steve Poses: Farm Stands of Salem County, NJ

  • The photo above slightly obscures a small vegetable garden planted around the cross in a weed-filled empty lot.

    Steve Poses: Farm Stands of Salem County, NJ

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