Vending Machine (left behind)

According to the hand-scrawled sign on the door of this place, they closed on August 15, 2015, for a “short time.” I guess “short” is longer than I would have thought, since it’s still closed.

But I guess they did intend to come back: the stuff’s still there.

Wolfforth, Texas
photographed 5.7.2017

The Man Cave

Barbershops are closed on Sunday, which means I can look right in the windows and see what’s there.

This one features piles of hair on the floor, and that chair with the questionable stain on the back of it. Oh, and the (probably) obligatory “man cave” sign.

Wolfforth, Texas
photographed 5.7.2017

Looking up: ceiling

For some reason, I like to photograph ceilings. This one has nice skylights, and some clerestory windows, too. And some apparatus left over from when it was a fire station. (Now it’s a gallery.)

LHUCA
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 5.5.2017

There is no more news

I hope no one is waiting to get the newspaper from this vending machine. But if they are, at least they can sit down while they wait.

Wolfforth, Texas
photographed 5.6.2017

The Graffiti Building

This building is on the campus of the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts; previously it was where the City of Lubbock stored their graffiti-removal equipment.

On a related note, I sure do like irony.

LHUCA
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 5.5.2017

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