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Shadow Line

Well, who could resist these spring-like shadows on a rough stucco wall? Not me, obviously.

Brenham, Texas
photographed 11.24.2017

Light from the fan


So, of course that fan isn’t casting the arc of light, but let’s just pretend that it is. What else do you have to do today?

at the Alamo
San Antonio, Texas
photographed 11.25.2016

Bonus: sign placement fail

Sign Placement Fail

I just couldn’t resist….

I took a different route to work the other day and saw this; today I thought about it again, and drove over to get the photo.

82nd Street
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.23.2014

PS – Pizza for dinner? No. I don’t think so.



Another view of this church, taken on the same day, over a year and a half ago.

I just went by this place at Christmas, and it looked about the same. Maybe a few more shingles have blown away, and perhaps the building’s succumbed to gravity just a tiny bit more. But, mostly – the same.

Only this happened, and it’s not the first time: scenes that I’ve photographed always seem much smaller when I see them again. What’s with that? Also this: I shoot in color and convert to monochrome. But once I’ve converted a photo, I have very little (or no) memory of what the colors used to be.

(My mind: it’s scary in here.)

Young County, Texas
photographed 5.27.2012

November 13

So, this happened: the hard drive on my laptop crashed.

But before that, this happened: my Time Capsule had also crashed and because I am just the tiniest bit paranoid, I replaced it right away.

But before THAT, this happened: I purchased Apple Care for my laptop.

So nothing was lost and the new hard drive was replaced free.

But: the laptop is still working on restoring itself and I want to get this blog posted and get on with things.

So, here’s something different from my usual posts. This was shot with my iPhone, and edited with a couple of apps – Dramatic B&W and PicFX.


Browning Rescue Mission
Dallas, Texas

PS: Backed up your computer lately?

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