Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Day One Hundred Six - "Architecturally Yours". . .

At the Chicamacomico Life Saving Station on the Outer Banks, this strange roof structure was used to train rescuers. The rescue boat would sail out to the distressed ship and fire a rope to be used to connect a life saving boat to it. The roof structure is the same length and height as the ones on the boats. Good guesses from Joyce, Michelle, Ted, Milt, and Peyton.

For today I have a section of a wall whose surface is covered with graffiti. The backside of this surface is totally devoid of any markings. Any idea where this famous wall may have been??

1 comment:

  1. My guess is the Berlin Wall! Not sure why! But great art work!
    Boston Strong!