Category Archives: Photography

Not Responsible

The town is set up to have a big picnic. There wasn’t one going on back in December, and I guess the summer’s about to slip by without a big gathering. But the shelter’s there, whenever big picnics can resume.

Mobeetie, Texas
photographed 12.27.2019

Playground on a dripping day

It’s been a hot summer here in Texas, so to make myself feel cooler, I’m posting this picture that I made on a cold, damp day last December. I found this antiquated playground in a tiny town way up in the top of the Texas Pandhandle.

Mobeetie, Texas
photographed 12.27.2019

Everything Melted

It was hot that day – around 110 degrees. And the wind was not a gentle, cooling breeze; it was the opposite of both of those things. And midday was brutal – everything felt like it could melt right then.

O’Donnell, Texas
photographed 7.13.2020

Weed as Barrier

That weed may have thought its presence across a potential walking route was enough to keep itinerant photographers at bay.

That weed was wrong.

Big Spring, Texas
photographed 8.2.2020

Bounced light at the bridge

Back in the Old Days, before photography took over my head, I don’t think I even noticed when light bounced off water and onto the underside of a concrete bridge. Those were sad times, indeed.

San Angelo, Texas
photographed 8.2.2020

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