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Seen on the side of a large tin shed in SE
Alaska, but I've forgotten where. It was
either in Juneau, the state capital or in
Skagway, the jumping off point for the
thousands who rushed to the goldfields
of the Klondike in '98. These old Coca
Cola signs had evidently been there a
while, given their condition, but they also
provided me with a pleasing
composition of an abstract kind (though
essentially figurative, really). It looks as if they've been used not so much for
advertising as for patching up holes in the shed's corrugated tin wall.
Seen on the side of a large tin shed in SE Alaska, but I've forgotten where. It was either
in Juneau, the state capital or in Skagway, the jumping off point for the thousands who
rushed to the goldfields of the Klondike in '98. These old Coca Cola signs had evidently
been there a while, given their condition, but they also provided me with a pleasing
composition of an abstract kind (though essentially figurative, really). It looks as if
they've been used not so much for advertising as for patching up holes in the shed's
corrugated tin wall.
Seen on the side of a large tin shed in SE
Alaska, but I've forgotten where. It was
either in Juneau, the state capital or in
Skagway, the jumping off point for the
thousands who rushed to the goldfields of
the Klondike in '98. These old Coca Cola
signs had evidently been there a while,
given their condition, but they also
provided me with a pleasing composition
of an abstract kind (though essentially
figurative, really). It looks as if they've been used not so much for advertising as for
patching up holes in the shed's corrugated tin wall.

A sign in Skagway

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Seen on the side of a large tin shed in SE Alaska, but I've forgotten where. It was either in Juneau, the state capital or in Skagway, the jumping off point for the thousands who rushed to the goldfields of the Klondike in '98. These old Coca Cola signs had evidently been there a while, given their condition, but they also provided me with a pleasing composition of an abstract kind (though essentially figurative, really).  It looks as if they've been used not so much for advertising as for patching up holes in the shed's corrugated tin wall. 
A black edge to the picture, and then non-float mounted with a thin black frame.

A black edge to the picture, and then non-float mounted with a thin black frame.

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