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drain. stop.

Well, sure, travel to exotic locations will always reap photographic rewards. The scenery’s different. And so is the food, and the people. And on and on.

But don’t forget the humble beauty of a drain stopper on a sunny windowsill.

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
photographed 8.30.2020

Deadline: not met

Obviously, the 2019 completion date wasn’t met, and 2020’s not looking all that likely.

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
photographed 9.1.2020

Next Door Neighbors

The demolition process continues, even without human intervention, at the mirror-image motel rooms.

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
photographed 9.1.2020

Better times were but a memory

Scenes like this always get the attention of my photographic eye (you know that already, right?). There are so many stories here, and I can’t think that any of them had a very happy ending. The hand truck on the left side strikes me as the saddest part of this scene, but there are many things that are in second place.

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
photographed 9.1.2020

Lake Night (with Sagittarius)

We spent three nights at an excellent VRBO just across the street from Sanders Beach. The Patient Spouse went scuba diving in the lake one morning and the next evening I made some night photos. I was a little hampered by the exceedingly bright almost-full moon, but I was able to capture Sagittarius and just the tiniest hint of the Milky Way.

Sanders Beach
Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
photographed 8.31.2020

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