These aren’t the kind of shiny, full-of-promise shopping carts awaiting you at the supermarket. They’re not even the banged-up-but functional models snatched up from street corners and sold back to stores. No, these rusted orphans have become permanent fixtures of the landscape. As nature turns into a big parking lot, these carts are no longer ugly reminders of our negligence. They are a reassuring presence within an increasingly estranged natural world.