I’ve made photos at this place before, a couple of years ago. Not much had changed on this stop; the place is still slowly falling down and I still found it charming.

But I take that back. Actually a couple of things had changed. The dog that barked all the time I was there on the first stop wasn’t around. And, my granddaughter Hannah, who’s 8, was working as my assistant, helping me spot things to shoot. She’s announced plans to take her photography “to the next level” and while I am not sure I know what that means, exactly, I am pretty proud of her. Another photographer in the family! Anyway, we checked out the pink toilet, which you can see here. It was pretty disgusting, but Hannah showed a pragmatic side when she said, “Well, if you have to go, I guess it’s not that bad.”

Seymour, Texas
photographed 11.29.2015

Posted on December 6, 2015, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Beautiful photos – I love black & white 🙂


  2. Love the sink. Hope you and Hanna can work together often .


    • I hope we can, too. She’s a lot of fun to hang out with.

      The placement of the sink in the image owes a lot (or, really, everything) to a class I took last spring with Sam Abell, who worked with us on microcomposing our images.


  3. Nice one! I prefer this to the detail of the pink toilet. Less gross, when it comes down to it! You did get that sink to move to just the right place too – very well done. Or maybe that was Hannah.


  4. Glad to see the next generation is getting an early start to their photography…


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