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There’d been a fire and the building’s roof was gone. Debris covered the floor, and graffiti covered the walls. If it is possible for many layers of spray paint to hold up a damaged structure, that is very like what is happening here.

Niland, California
photographed 2.13.2022


A cotton gin and a clothes dryer, both abandoned. (But to be honest, if they hadn’t been abandoned, they would have held much less photographic interest.)

near Calipatria, California
photographed 2.12.2022

decisions were being made

Three sizes of ice cream cones, three sizes of ice cream cups, four sizes of drink cups: no wonder that gentleman was taking some time to decide. That’s a lot. And then, when you add in the possibility of a banana split? It must verge on being completely overwhelming.

Brawley, California
photographed 2.12.2022

parking, lots

Views from hotel rooms are something I will always photograph. (For example: San Diego; Stroud, Oklahoma; San Antonio; Oklahoma City; and Memphis.)

And here’s what I could see from a hotel room in San Francisco.

San Francisco, California
photographed 4.15.2019

the clarity of light

Sometimes images will just hang around on my computer for, say, 1,228 days between when I make them and when they emerge here.

I don’t really have an explanation, or an excuse. It’s just the way it worked out.

San Francisco, California
photographed 4.15.2019

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