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  • Two guardian posts in the shape of huge, white-painted arrows stood on either side of the palace stairway.

    Fire The Sky

  • Two guardian posts in the shape of huge, white-painted arrows stood on either side of the palace stairway.

    Fire The Sky

  • There were also white-painted numbered stakes pounded into the ground to mark the long, skinny lot boundaries, each lot a mile deep and a few hundred feet wide, running across the sage-covered upland at the top of the cliff, straight down the four-hundred-foot face of the cliff, across the river and to the south property line so that the developer could claim each had river frontage.

    Bird Cloud

  • Walking up to its white-painted facade, the first thing that struck me was the graffiti on the outside walls.

    Fallin’ Up

  • There were also white-painted numbered stakes pounded into the ground to mark the long, skinny lot boundaries, each lot a mile deep and a few hundred feet wide, running across the sage-covered upland at the top of the cliff, straight down the four-hundred-foot face of the cliff, across the river and to the south property line so that the developer could claim each had river frontage.

    Bird Cloud

  • There were also white-painted numbered stakes pounded into the ground to mark the long, skinny lot boundaries, each lot a mile deep and a few hundred feet wide, running across the sage-covered upland at the top of the cliff, straight down the four-hundred-foot face of the cliff, across the river and to the south property line so that the developer could claim each had river frontage.

    Bird Cloud

  • Walking up to its white-painted facade, the first thing that struck me was the graffiti on the outside walls.

    Fallin’ Up

  • The official name was the William Mead Housing Project, and it housed four hundred fifty cookie-cutters that stood back to back in bleak uniformity; two- and three-story brick blocks painted tan-red with a thick white-painted band separating each floor.

    Fallin’ Up

  • There were also white-painted numbered stakes pounded into the ground to mark the long, skinny lot boundaries, each lot a mile deep and a few hundred feet wide, running across the sage-covered upland at the top of the cliff, straight down the four-hundred-foot face of the cliff, across the river and to the south property line so that the developer could claim each had river frontage.

    Bird Cloud

  • The official name was the William Mead Housing Project, and it housed four hundred fifty cookie-cutters that stood back to back in bleak uniformity; two- and three-story brick blocks painted tan-red with a thick white-painted band separating each floor.

    Fallin’ Up

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