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…and it begins

It’s only been fourteen years since we bought this land out in the country and started designing a house. The house went through a lot of designs before we settled on one. And twice before now we got all the way to getting prices. And three years ago we nearly ditched the whole idea. But anyway, there’s no turning back now.

The contractor says it’ll take three months, but just to keep what sanity I currently posess, I’m preparing myself for this to take seven or eight months. But don’t worry – I’ll be sure and keep you all posted on the progress.

Yellowhouse Canyon
Lubbock County, Texas
photographed 11.15.2019

All the lights were on

Down the block, all the lights were on at the construction site. I don’t know why they are always on all night, but I assume it’s to give photographers a nice thing to shoot at night. I can’t imagine that there would be another reason…

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.20.2018


This is another part of the construction project that I posted earlier.

The constellation-alike arrangement of the lights cast beautiful and mysterious shadows.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 12.21.2015

Construction sometimes starts with deconstruction


I got the chance the other day to tour around a construction site. Actually, it was just at the edge of a transformation between deconstruction and construction.

The workers had left for the day, which made it easier for a non-people-photographer. My contact had told me about some interesting shadows inside the place, and sure enough: there they were!

And, I try to not play favorites with my images or guilt my viewers into clicking “like” but this is one of my favorite images I’ve made in a while. Just so you know.

in downtown Lubbock
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 12.21.15

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