Monthly Archives: September 2017

Those teeth, though

I am impressed that the wooden bunny took the time to get his/her teeth whitened. I think that shows a level of personal hygiene that’s not often seen in yard-art animals.

Georgetown, Colorado
photographed 8.28.2017

At high altitudes, hydration is important

I didn’t personally drink from this particular water fountain. Instead, I found, well, beer at the Guanella Pass Brewing Company.

Georgetown, Colorado
photographed 8.27.2017

Horseless Carriage

There are indeed a lot of rectangles here, broken up by the curves of that car, which for some reason has a “horseless carriage” license plate.

Raton, New Mexico
photographed 8.27.2017

Good Information

In the spirit of providing exceptional information to the traveling public, I am happy to present this sign.

You’re welcome.

Raton, New Mexico
photographed 8.27.2017


When I was a little kid, my family attended Forrest Heights Methodist Church. We were regulars, the sort of family who sat in the same pew every week. The church sanctuary was the first built space I had a strong affection for – the mid-century lines and combination of building materials felt right to me. I liked the light fixtures, too; they were big and stately and (to me) very church-like.

Not at all like this light, which looks like it should be hanging over Great Aunt Mabel’s kitchen table.

in abandoned church
Grenville, New Mexico
photographed 8.26.2017

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