T, Letter As Found Art

Old Steel Upright Support Cut Off
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Here was the remains of an old steel vertical beam that used to hold up the walls of the old Transbay Terminal internal link. That old terminal was demolished to make way for the new Transbay Center external link. The barest rusty remains of the vertical support formed the letter T.


Letter T As Found Art   •  Fremont Street internal link San Francisco, California   •  (Photo posted Thursday 22 November 2012)   •  (Photo taken 14:24:42 Monday 7 July 2011)   •  © 2012 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #B11_6681
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Galvanized Pipe With Cross Piece
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A galvanized steel pipe was embedded vertically in the floor of Elkhorn Slough. A hole had been drilled through the steel pipe horizontally near its top, and a steel cross piece was inserted through that hole to form the letter T.


Letter T As Found Art   •  Elkhorn Slough internal link Moss Landing, California   •  (Photo posted Thursday 22 November 2012)   •  (Photo taken 10:30:55 Friday 22 October 2010)   •  © 2012 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #BCY_2659
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Steel beam
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A metal rail was found buried in the dirt near the stairs leading up to the highest viewing point. An attempt had been made to cut it off with a torch to make it flush with the dirt.


Letter T As Found Art   •  Tank Hill Park internal link San Francisco, California   •  (Photo posted Tuesday 18 May 2010)   •  (Photo taken 13:33:26 Saturday 3 November 2007)   •  © 2010 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #TankHillSF_7302B
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Fire hydrant
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Along the shore of one of the marinas along the Canal de la Somme in France was this strange fire hydrant. The lack of valves suggested it may have been a dry stand used to pressurize the main water lines from the river in an emergency.


Letter T As Found Art   •  Canal de la Somme internal link France   •  (Photo posted Tuesday 18 May 2010)   •  (Photo taken in 2006)   •  © 2010 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #20060000_04
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Construction Crane
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While motoring slowly down the Canal de la Somme in France, this crane loomed into view just beyond the trees bordering the canal. Something new was being constructed, but we could not tell what.


Letter T As Found Art   •  Canal de la Somme internal link France   •  (Photo posted Tuesday 18 May 2010)   •  (Photo taken in 2006)   •  © 2010 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #20060000_03
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Concrete pillar
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Construction materials were present in a yard behind a building supply business. A fence divided the storage yard from the road behind. Just beyond the fence was a concrete pillar that, when viewed through the fence was the upright of a letter T.


Letter T As Found Art   •  Otis Orchards, Washington   •  (Photo posted Tuesday 18 May 2010)   •  (Photo taken in 2006)   •  © 2010 Terry Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #20060000_02
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Dog's grave
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The dog named Maxx was found buried along the shore of the Spokane River. Flowers showed that someone still cared. The cross-piece was dry-wall screwed to the upright to create the classic letter "T".


Letter T As Found Art   •  Spokane River, Otis Orchards, Washington   •  (Photo posted Tuesday 18 May 2010)   •  (Photo taken in 2006)   •  © 2010 Terry Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #20060000_01
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