Monthly Archives: August 2017

Beyond this point

None. Not one drop. Don’t even think about it.

Charles Adams Studio Project
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 7.30.2017

A little context

Here’s a little context for that image from yesterday. Because I thought you’d want to know.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 7.30.2017

Shiny, shiny trailer

I saw this out on the highway, at one of the the truck-and-trailer dealers, and went back out there the next day to get make photos. There was so much chrome! And it was so hard to stay out of the reflection!

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 7.30.2017

Last week’s roses

I had a little reception at my house last month for my good friend Brett Erickson, who’d been the juror for a photography show at the Buddy Holly Center. My friend Janet did the food and decorations for it. She’s amazing, and turned my vintage dinnerware into vases, which she filled with some of most beautiful roses ever.

And, a week later, the roses were fading but still beautiful.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 7.28.2017

Overhang

One more shot from this magnificent place – the canyon and lake are below, the city of Lubbock is in the distance, and rain will shortly wash all of it.

Robert Bruno Steel House
Ransom Canyon, Texas
photographed 7.23.2017

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