Monday, May 6, 2013

Appalachian Trail monogram art - Part 6 of 7

Detail from the half-way marker between Toms Run Shelters and Pine Grove Furnace State Park, PA

Another selection from the amazing variety of expressions of the Appalachian Trail's iconic symbol.

Old chain-saw marking on log at switchback S of Seven Lakes Road, NY
Completely natural logo made of roots exposed by the trampling of many feet, near Erwin, TN
Trail marker, Sunrise Mountain, NJ
Hatchet work on rotting standing tree, Black Rock, PA
Detail of painted hand-routed sign by Waterville Bridge, Swatara Gap, PA
Paint on plywood, Dupuis Hill near Woodstock, VT
Front screen door of caretaker's cabin, Route 501 Shelter, PA
Detail on granite pillar mile marker near Lyme-Dorchester Rd., NH
Detail of sign on inside door of Privy, Leroy Smith Shelter, PA
Old membership sticker from when ATC was still the AT 'Conference', on car seen in Boiling Springs, PA

1 comment:

  1. Who would ever have thought that there were so very many different signs all meaning the same thing? :)