Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 06/27/2011


Photo taken on June  2, 2011



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tree surround
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Burlington-Graham
Piedmont region
North Carolina Piedmont
2011-06-02
downtown Burlington
Maple Avenue
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metal tree grille
Alamance County
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June 2011
2011
windowless
June
Burlington
North Carolina
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Burlington North Carolina
Alamance County North Carolina
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It is trees that are what will lead us into finding ways to learn how to develop personal appreciations for these kinds of architectural surfaces.

It is trees that are what will lead us into finding ways to learn how to develop personal appreciations for these kinds of architectural surfaces.
This windowless wall is in downtown Burlington, North Carolina, and here's what it looks like on an approx 95° F afternoon. The large shade tree has got an ecologically commensal relationship to the wall, in that it needs the wall's reflected heat to survive. The shade tree would die if it didn't get the wall's giveoffs of heat.

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In downtown Burlington, North Carolina, on June 2nd, 2011, along the east side of Maple Avenue south of South Main Street.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
SB435.5 Trees in cities—United States—Pictorial works.
NA2940 Exterior walls—Pictorial works.
TE280 Sidewalks—United States—Pictorial works.
QC981.7.U7 Urban heat island—United States—Pictorial works.
F264.B9 Burlington (N.C.)—Pictorial works.

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Art & Architecture Thesaurus term:
grilles (barrier elements)

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