Many people never see the grounds of Rock Bridge under the canvas of night or through the glass of a lens. The lights around campus turn from commonplace lawn features to eye-catching patterns still recognizable, but different. With elegant angles and a burnt out bulb every once in a while, the character of the halls of Rock Bridge hold true to the fields, sidewalks and parking lots, through the hours of daylight and into the void of night.
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Look down, see a planted telephone pole. Look up, see a splash of light as your pupil tries to decide whether it’s looking into darkness or light.
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They really should get that bulb replaced.
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You are told never to look directly at the sun, but you’re never told to not look at street lights and for good reason, too.
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Off in the distance, a rim-shot can be heard as the RBHS Drumline practices on the football field in the cool of the evening, only one of the many school activities after hours.
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The playground looks lonely with none but a single lamp to keep for company.
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The oh so familiar RBHS Field. ‘Nuff said.
By Patrick Smith