That seems sufficient

I really don’t think that I would want to stay in an RV in a cemetery more than three days, but evidently over-staying was enough of a problem that a sign was required.

Loop, Texas
photographed 12.26.2020


It’s easy to tell that the windows were filled in with brick. What’s not quite so easy to know, however, is why the one on the left was done differently from the other two.

But mysteries aren’t a bad thing, right?

Ashmore, Texas
photographed 12.26.2020

Hotel Study #2

That hotel lobby provided a nice range of contrasting shapes, didn’t it?

Kearney, Nebraska
photographed 12.9.2020

Hotel Study #1

You didn’t REALLY think I was capable of hanging out in a hotel lobby with a camera, did you?!

(And, I feel compelled to note that I was in the lobby because we’d traveled to Nebraska for my father-in-law’s funeral; he’d died from COVID, and those designs on the sofa seemed to be – just the tiniest bit – unsympathetic to our loss.)

Kearney, Nebraska
photographed 12.9.2020

cold cold death

I was a junior in high school when my grandfather died; the day of his funeral was bitterly cold, with a hard wind from the north. Of course, since it was in the 1970s and I was an idiot, I wore a very short dress that day, and it took me quite a few days to thaw out. It served me right.

The weather here reminded me of that day. But at least this time, I was more suitably attired.

Blue Hill, Nebraska
photographed 12.11.2020

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