Tomorrow’s Legacy

Three more photographs I took as part of the Bicycle Friendly Richardsonbike photo scavenger hunt – Bicycle Ride and Seek.

This is Tomorrow’s Legacy by Jerry Sanders – located in the Palisades complex across highway 75 from Galatyn.

My bicycle parked next to "Tomorrow's Legacy" by Jerry Sanders, Richardson, Texas (click to enlarge)

My bicycle parked next to “Tomorrow’s Legacy” by Jerry Sanders, Richardson, Texas
(click to enlarge)

“Memory believes before knowing remembers. Believes longer than recollects, longer than knowing even wonders. Knows remembers believes a corridor in a big long garbled cold echoing building of dark red brick sootbleakened by more chimneys than its own, set in a grassless cinderstrewnpacked compound surrounded by smoking factory purlieus and enclosed by ten food steel-and-wire fence like a penitentiary or a zoo, where in random erratic surges, with sparrowlike childtrebling, orphans in identical and uniform blue denim in and out of remembering but in knowing constant in the bleak walls, the bleak windows where in rain soot from the yearly adjacenting chimneys streaked like black tears.”
― William Faulkner, Light in August

My bicycle parked next to "Tomorrow's Legacy" by Jerry Sanders, Richardson, Texas

My bicycle parked next to “Tomorrow’s Legacy” by Jerry Sanders, Richardson, Texas

“Swerve me? The path to my fixed purpose is laid with iron rails, whereon my soul is grooved to run. Over unsounded gorges, through the rifled hearts of mountains, under torrents’ beds, unerringly I rush! Naught’s an obstacle, naught’s an angle to the iron way!”
– Herman Melville, Moby Dick

"Tomorrow's Legacy" by Jerry Sanders, Richardson, Texas

“Tomorrow’s Legacy” by Jerry Sanders, Richardson, Texas