Monthly Archives: June 2020

Spring

What a springy place to sit!

Full disclosure, though: I did not try it out. In case you wondered.

Katemcy, Texas
photographed 6.14.2020

Asymmetry: not always the answer

I don’t care for symmetry. Usually.

But then I saw this handy illustration on why asymmetry isn’t always the answer – check out those three arches!

San Saba County, Texas
photographed 6.14.2020

The Grief Swing

The first burial in this cemetery was in 1878, a seven month old boy who died on December 30.

Since then someone has built a metal swing beside a clump of trees. But is it possible, really, for a swing to dissipate grief?

Holt Cemetery
San Saba County, Texas
photographed 6.14.2020

Surveilled

The 2018 census estimates put the population of Melvin, Texas, at 167. And I swear that every one of those 167 residents found a reason to drive through town while I was there. It seems more efficient if one person drives through and then lets everyone else know what’s going on. But what do I know?

Melvin, Texas
photographed 6.15.2020

Winding is the path

Something something something spiritual metaphor something something.

(Sorry. That’s all I can muster.)

Ballinger, Texas
photographed 6.13.2020

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