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ice + snow

Maybe you remember yesterday’s post, where I mentioned shooting some concept photos to illustrate the theme “cold” because it wasn’t actually cold here during the time I needed to shoot the images for the assignment.

One of the themes I attempted was shooting images of ice machines.  And I have to say that getting an ice machine photo that included snowflakes was a lot stronger way to illustrate the theme than the crap I’d been working on. FYI.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 1.24.2023

the accidental selfie

I was too busy making this photo (and dealing with that bright, glaring light) that I didn’t even notice that I was in the shot. It’s obvious that I would have been, but in the heat of the moment, I failed to see myself.

But anyway, at least now you’ll recognize me.

Paducah, Texas
photographed 9.17.2021

eventually the dream fades

Anther downtown shop window – this one is filled up with two giant dresses, hand lettered signs, and reflections. But the best part is the way the sign and dress on the left are fading into the reflected background, like so many dreams involving giant dresses tend to do.

(And, also, like so many dreams in general did for this entire damn year. It’s another metaphor!)

Dodge City, Kansas
photographed 12.12.2020

I am very tall. Apparently.

Goodness! I am SO TALL. And so very, very thin. At least according to this reflection which doesn’t appear to be in the least bit distorted.

Spokane, Washington
photographed 8.30.2020

On reflection

“Look up!” That’s what I kept telling myself as I walked around San Francisco. And my apologies to anyone I may have walked into while I was looking up…

O’Farrell Street
San Francisco, California
photographed 4.14.2019

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