Imagine you're an archaeologist and you dig something up. Wouldn't you want to be able to go back in time to see what that object looked like when it first got to where you found it? How would your theories sound to the people who discarded the stuff you find? These are pictures of things I spot that may become the archaeological finds of the future and my guesses as to what a time travelling archaeologist might make of them.
Stones stacked carefully on a concrete pedestal. Are they in alignment with some other feature in the landscape? Do they mark a site of some religious significance? Is this an important boundary marker?
A pawn, abandoned by the side of the road. A sacrifice or a metaphor?
Its an old gag, but you can only play what's put in front of you. I came across a spoon in the road. Is it all that's left of a weary travelers rest stop? A sample of a buried horde worming its way to the surface?
Scrawls and inscriptions like those of the Egyptian age. Is it part of a lost ABC of the landscape? B for Bricks? Was it unfinished, a word waiting to be written, or is it complete in its intent? Was it meant to B?