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Vanishing Point

An illustration of the term “vanishing point.” And also sort of a pun, thrown in because I figured you deserved something silly on a day like today.

near Allmon, Texas
photographed 4.21.2020

Conversation has ceased

I guess there’s nothing left to talk about – the chairs aren’t facing each other, the light fixture has fallen down, and the coffee pot is empty.

Lockney, Texas
photographed 4.21.2020

Beat ’em

An abandoned school spirit sign doesn’t send the message that it was intended to, does it?

Lockney, Texas
photographed 4.21.2020

How to get noticed

The population of this town is about 1,600 people. When we got there, we didn’t see anyone driving along the main street. Or any of the non-main streets. But then, when we stopped so I could get photos of this lovely old gas station, approximately 125%* of the town’s population drove by, very slowly. No one stopped to ask me what I was up to, but the Patient Spouse noted that all of them stared at me as they crept passed.

Lockney, Texas
photographed 4.21.2020

*Estimated.

What once was shall be again

The modifications are falling away, letting us see how things used to be.

Lockney, Texas
photographed 4.21.2020

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