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Free Wi-Fi (you get what you pay for)

Well, sure. It sounds good to get free WiFi. But given the general state of disrepair and the chain-link fence around the property and the dead tree laying over in the parking lot, my guess is that it may not be that great a bargain after all.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 5.23.2018

The line had been drawn

This place will soon come down, to make way for another place.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 5.23.2018

Week of Randomness: Almost Nothing

Santa Rosa, New Mexico, is one of my favorite subjects. It’s got a very nice array of falling-down buildings and out-of-businesses and interesting cemeteries.

On this particular visit, it also had birds. Lots and lots of them, all flying at once from under the canopy at an abandoned gas station. I made quite a few attempts to catch them in flight, and there was nothing good about any of them.

When I was working on my posts for the Week of Randomness, though, this minimalist image caught my attention.

Santa Rosa, New Mexico
photographed 5.5.2013

Always sound advice

Really, it doesn’t seem like that even needs to be stated. But I guess you never know.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.20.2018

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

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