In addition to all those things in Marfa that I listed yesterday, you can also see this very nice wall, and the sky above it.
But then, on the other side of town, it’s sort of a different story, with old adobe houses slowly melting away. This place was cleaned out, with only the kitchen sink remaining behind to oversee the house’s death.
There’s a lot going on with this place. The one open window, the three boarded-up ones. The bigger openings of different heights. The adobe blocks peeking through the stucco. The new construction on the right side. One big crack. Some smaller ones.
And the chairs. Don’t forget the chairs.
Remember that thing I said yesterday, about how color would be shocking?
So, yeah. This.
It’s a big deal when the fair’s in town. I don’t mind going, as long as I can find some delicious roasted corn. And can make a few photos. This is what happens when I decide to shoot a little of series of shots of this bungee-cord ride.