Monthly Archives: June 2014

Frank Gehry’s busy


And so is his architecture, most of which gives me a headache.

This one was no exception.

Millennium Park
Chicago, Illinois
photographed 4.13.2013

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Go There


This is what happened one afternoon when I was in Atlanta. I was waiting on my traveling companion to return from his outing* so we could go to dinner so I decided to try my hand at in-camera double exposures.

Atlanta, Georgia
photographed 4.28.2014

*I’d been at a conference all day and was suffering from carryover ennui. I should have been outside. Or in the bar.

I’m off in New Mexico this week, taking a photography class. (Finally! I’m going to learn how to take a picture!) Please leave comments, and I’ll respond as soon as I can.

The church is closed on Friday


I know because I tried the door. I always try.

Knobbs Springs Baptist Church
Knobbs Springs, Texas
photographed 2.28.2014

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This old house…


This old house is probably a Starbucks or a Walgreens or something by now. This picture was taken in 2008, on what was then the northern fringes of expansion of the Dallas metro area.

somewhere north of Dallas
photographed 3.15.2008

In the name of progress


The San Antonio Municipal Auditorium was being torn down to make way for its replacement. Or least part of it was being torn down: it looked like the old main entrance was going to be reused. At any rate, there was a lot going on the construction site, except for our Sunday-morning visit, when wall was quiet.

San Antonio, Texas
photographed 11.27.2011

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