| #25 | Wine
Purplely plinths, burgundy bricks, miserable masonry. Lightly scuffed surface with a circular portal and an azure fall floor.
| #26 | Laurel Green
Mottled afternoon glow on grungy bricks. Corroded circuitry and added asphalt lip. Double hasps let to rot, haphazardly.
| #27 | Sherpa Blue
Painted patchwork with steep, scathing shadows. Heavy steel thick with corrosion, molded by constant sea winds. Proper ventilation for causes unknown.
| #28 | Chartreuse Yellow
Terracotta tiles funnel runoff into sagging gutters. Exposed wires feed the dim florescence, ghastly grungy greens.
| #29 | Celestial Blue
Weather-worn wood planks and poorly painted masonry surround the mailbox for two-two-seven; tagged and dented. Sloping and raised approach redirects runoff onto two-tone concrete.
| #30 | Mint Leaf
Mint Leaf; Sunburnt stucco surrounds site 213. Marked-up meter, white roll-up, weathered weeds.
| #31 | Copper
Smears, scuffs, and stains from pushing, gripping, and kicking. Scarred concrete sports a red-zone - absolutely no dumping.
| #32 | Steel Blue
Painted cinder blocks, a salmon-tangerine smoothie. Splatters and rust bubbles leak and stain. Gas-meter pipping in, gutters pipping out.
| #33 | June Bud
So 232, we meet again; it has been five years since we last looked upon one another. You appear the same, your rust scabs and squeaky mail-slot haven't changed a bit. Me? I managed to track you down, but I see things differently now. Who knows what will happen next time.
| #34 | Deep Champagne
Decrepit alcove, weeping concrete. Bare light-bulbs dangle like electric truck nuts. Ripped out hand rails leave bolt hole scars.
| #35 | Teal
| #36 | Honeydew
Pull-handle and tall lock, complete with call-box. Creamy stucco is interrupted by unevenly rolled paint. Is the Painter unacquainted with high nap?