Reflecting on Concrete

Photos taken at a shrine in Hita, Japan.


Nature and Civilization meet hand in hand.


Clear borders tell you where to go.


Choices, choices, choices.

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About Matthew J. Durocher

Matthew Durocher is a graduate of Michigan Tech University. He acquired his BA in English along with a minor in Music Composition and a certificate in Writing in Spring 2012. His style is one of passion and musicality. One foot is firmly rooted in tradition while the other slides dangerously close to the clouds.
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2 Responses to Reflecting on Concrete

  1. susan conta says:

    There is a small town near to me in Washington State, USA, named Concrete.
    It has one of my very favorite bas relief sculptures as a monument to the safety of the workers there in the concrete factory, it is so beautiful.
    Wish I could post a pic of it here, it has two figures in bas relief, and the words “Safety Follows
    Susan Conta

    • Thanks for sharing. I wish I could see a picture but your description helps me imagine it. It sounds like a place I would like to visit. “Safety Follows Wisdom”. Beautiful. You have made my day today. Thank you.

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