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From the new to the fallen-down, the geometry of Architecture often catches my eye… Note that this includes almost anything man-made that is not a vehicle.

Historic Hollis Bridge

Historic Hollis Bridge

It’s funny, I’ve been over this bridge countless times in my life and I’ve never really thought of it as “historic”, but I guess anything that old would be – and thinking of how long I’ve been crossing it, I suppose I could consider myself historic too. But it’s still a bit older than me – built in 1933, it crosses the South Fourche La Fave River at the town of Hollis, Arkansas. Consider this a companion piece to “Hollis’s Fishing Spot” in which you can see this bridge, but back in the distance. You still can’t see much of it here – but she’s shy in Spring and Summer…

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Where Did They Go?

Where Did They Go

I’ve noticed a recent increase in Phone Booth Nostalgia – “Share-if-you-remember” posts, Internet memes, comic strips and such – and that got me to thinking about the fact that I could probably find at least two of them that I had spotted within the last 10 years. So I went off on a road trip just to see if they were still there and photograph them…

Turns out I was too late for one of them, and it’s no longer around. That one used to stand in Carter Cove on the north shore of Lake Nimrod, and there is still a short run of sidewalk that used to lead up to it, but the booth itself is gone. (R.I.P.)

But about 25 miles away from that location, this beauty still stands – and still works as far as I know. (Carrying pocket change is something else that’s almost gone the way of the phone booth.)

You can find it in Bluffton, Arkansas on Hwy 28 – and it’s hard to miss as you pass by. You can even see it on Google Street View. There’s a map below – and geo coordinates for the hardcore.

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