Monthly Archives: October 2017

Tornado – 1 long

The interior of what used to be the fire station. I am extremely fond of the reminder, painted on the wall, of what siren to blow if there’s a tornado coming. I guess it times of immediate danger, it might be hard to remember one long…

Springlake, Texas
photographed 10.15.2017

And promises of rain

Way over there, to the southeast, are some clouds that look like they might bring some rain. They don’t, of course.

Lubbock County, Texas
photographed 10.14.2017

Street Tacos

Every first Friday, no matter the weather, folks turn out for the First Friday Art Trail. This month, in addition to what you think of as “art” there were bands, dancers, costumed actors, food trucks, and lots and lots of people. My informal survey of the food trucks indicated that this one, the taco truck, was the most popular.

It’s a lot of fun; you should probably plan a trip to Lubbock one of these first Fridays to check it out. You’ll be glad you did.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 10.6.2017


I’m not making any social commentary here; I would have photographed ANYBODY who was standing under that sign.

London, England
photographed 6.8.2017

Garden wall, with church and clouds

I am pretty sure there’s nothing more attractive than a very old stone wall draped with plants.

Chastleton House
near Moreton in Marsh, England
photographed 6.3.2017

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