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Empty Bottles

Another quick lunch day stroll found me venturing not too far away from work.  For one thing, it was not as warm as it has been recently, and for another, I was hungry.  But still, I have driven by this place almost every day for the last 15 years, and for the first 7-8 years it was an actual east coast bottling plant.  But now it has been bottled up, literally, and shut down.  The last inhabitant was someone running for a government seat.  It is a very unique building, and it once had an actual, very large, coca cola bottle nesting on top.  Now it’s just an empty container just waiting to be recycled and refilled for use again.  And to note, the sky was actually that blue.  simply stunning.  March 27, 2012

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