Asphalt and shadows
Asheville, N.C., Director of Public Works Mark Combs took this dramatically-lit photo of a work crew paving a road.
- Written by American City & County Administrator
- 15th June 2009
Asheville, N.C., Director of Public Works Mark Combs took this dramatically lit photo of a work crew paving a road.
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