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The road snakes its way back toward Santa Rosa, behind this adobe building, which I have taken the liberty of calling a duplex.

If you would rather go to Fort Sumner and it hasn’t rained in a while and you’re feeling brave, you can take County Road 2P. It’s neither paved nor fenced, giving the occasional traveler a very close look at cows.

Puerto de Luna, New Mexico
photographed 9.21.2013

Window air conditioner


Most of the main part of the Riverwalk is developed, with hotels and restaurants and bars competing for those tourist dollars. But every now and then, there’s a place that’s been passed by, that serves as a reminder of what the whole place used to look like.

This was one of those places.

the Riverwalk
San Antonio, Texas
photographed 10.24.2014

Starting at joist #29


Here’s the second floor of the same building from yesterday. Those numbered joists are a nice touch, I think. It’ll be a shame when the final construction work covers them up…

Levelland, Texas
photographed 11.11.2014

Construction project


1. “The best camera is the one you have with you.” – Chase Jarvis

2. Sometimes the day’s schedule sort of does its own thing, no matter what you’d planned.

3. And, because of item 2, I had only my cell phone with me when I had the chance to look around the renovation of this building.

4. But at least I had it.

Levelland, Texas
photographed 11.11.2014

All rectangles (nearly)


Here’s another photo that’s mostly rectangles – only that row of weeds breaks the pattern.

Midland, Texas
photographed 8.23.14


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