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Unsustainable

This was one of the more spectacular trees I have ever photographed. And the next strong storm will probably topple it over.

Hale County, Texas
photographed 6.28.2020

Car Park

My go-to camera is a Leica Monochrom; I’ve had it for four years and have made about 22,000 images with it so far. But as much as I love using it, there are still a few times when an image just needs to be in color. For example, any time I spot a pink plastic car parked beside a dirt road is a time that requires a color image. My go-to for color? Well, usually it’s my iPhone….

Hale County, Texas
photographed 6.28.2020

Two Cemetery Cisterns

These two crumbly concrete cisterns were the most fascinating part of this little country cemetery – I’d say one third of the photos I made here featured them. Obviously, since I was shooting late in the afternoon, I need to get back over there early in the morning, and when there’s a storm, and maybe even on a cold, clear night to get some stars. I guess my quest for a new obsession has ended….good thing it’s only a 30 minute drive from home.

Pearce Cemetery
Hale County, Texas
photographed 6.28.2020

Continuation

Well, really, who wouldn’t be enchanted by the repetition of the patterns in the plowed field, the metal walls, and the roof?

Pearce Cemetery
Hale County, Texas
photographed 6.28.2020

Southwestern Grain and Wind

Things don’t look so good for Southwestern Grain, Inc. (Unless you are an owl.) But there’s the future – a wind farm over there on the horizon.

Hale County, Texas
photographed 8.10.2019

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