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Brownfield, Texas
photographed 2.3.2019

Main Street, decorated

Well, those things sure add a lot, don’t they?

Brownfield, Texas
photographed 2.3.2019

That’s why I felt like I was being watched

I was in Brownfield, Texas, on a Sunday morning, doing my thing – checking out stuff downtown. I found the vacant movie theater, and shot a photo through a broken window to get the interior. Then I turned around, and let my gaze track across the marquee that jutted over the sidewalk. Two-thirds of the way across it, I saw this cat, just chilling in the joists. I was a lot less chill when I spotted her, but after I got over the initial surprise, I laughed. Then I made a photo.

At least it wasn’t a crazed killer lurking up there…

Brownfield, Texas
photographed 2.3.2019

Scene (not seen): 2

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The second in a series that ponders the question, “How do we know what is real?”

See the first one here.

Brownfield, Texas
photographed 7.16.2012

One block: Brownfield

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It is the county seat, so maybe you’d expect some commerce or something.

But you might be setting yourself up for disappointment.

On the other hand, the area is experiencing a boom from oil drilling in the areas once thought un-drillable, so it will be interesting to see how much of the boom money stays around in towns like Brownfield.

West Main Street
Brownfield, Texas
photographed 7.6.2012

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