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Wall Texture

A ragged wall, shot through a dirty window: my favorite thing.

Marfa, Texas
photographed 12.23.2018


On a trip through Nebraska last year, we (of course!) took back roads as often as possible. On the day we drove from Hastings to Omaha, we started on our usual path, and soon noticed some interesting things that looked like ammunition bunkers or something. Naturally, they required further exploration and we soon found ourselves on a back-back road.

There were, in fact, miles and miles of bunkers. And this place, too, which seems somehow connected to the bunkers in a way that was hard to ascertain.

near Hastings, Nebraska
photographed 8.29.2018

Opposite of fine dining

I’ve worked at my current job for a decade; in that time, the restaurant around the corner has been out of business more than it’s been open. One of its most recent tries was a buffet place where you had to pay at the front door, before you’d even seen the food. And, not surprisingly, the food was awful. But at least it was all-you-can-eat.

Levelland, Texas
photographed 7.5.2019

It seems questionable

Yes, I know that is says “drive-up window” but I find that proclamation to be questionable, at best. For one thing, the place is vacant. And for another, there’s that wooden box blocking access to the windows.

But other than that…

Levelland, Texas
photographed 7.5.2019

Near the tracks

Just a little something I saw down by the railroad tracks…

Tulia, Texas
photographed 6.24.2019

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