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creeping damp

It was a gray and dreary day, which made this non-gray and non-dreary find all the more exciting.

St. Joseph Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

photographed 4.12.2023

that was not a new leak

Based on the amount of slick green moss and rotting leaves in the large puddle next to the leaky fire hydrant, I am going to make a wild guess that maybe the leak’s not something that just started earlier that same morning.

A Report from the Research Department*: Google street view from December of 2021 does not show a leak.

corner of Commerce Street and St. Joseph Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

photographed 4.12.2023

*Me. I am the Research Department.

metal works

I was in New Orleans for work earlier this month. And of course I had a camera with me…

NOLA did not disappoint. It’s just full of interesting things to photograph, including this building on Annunciation Street.

(I lived in New Orleans for three years while I was in grad school. That was before I became a photographer, which is a real shame. And doubly so, since that master’s degree I just HAD to have isn’t even anything I ended up using.)  (Oh, well.) (That’s the way things go.)

New Orleans, Louisiana
photographed 4.11.2023

motorbikes, el prado

Our intrepid leader spent a long time showing us how to make these kinds of shots. My success rate was…well, right at 0% (and I am rounding up). But this one is passable. Maybe.

Cienfuegos, Cuba
photographed 11.9.2022

the day the world blew away

If you were wondering what the inside of a dust storm looks like, let me present this scene.  (L. Harvey, guest photographer)

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.26.2023

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