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The only window low enough

My progression toward the “Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico” church ended here, peering through the only window that was low enough for me to get to. The churchyard is overgrown with weeds and cactus and there’s nothing to indicate it is still an active church.

There’s something carved over there on the far wall, and traditional vigas make up the ceiling structure. But that’s about all I could get.

Other than that fantastic reflection of my camera. And my manicure, of course, because grooming is important.

Hernandez, New Mexico
photographed 9.1.2019

Town’s simple rhythms

I stopped to get some photos of a car wash (I always think I’ll like photos of car washes, but to date I haven’t actually made any that are bloggable.) It had rained earlier in the day, and that nice puddle caught my attention, and then I saw the reflection of all that stuff.

And the car wash photos? I’ll just say you won’t see them here.

Goliad, Texas
photographed 5.6.2019

The past, reflected in the past

The old buildings at the Pierce Point Ranch are kept up, and nicely painted white, which I hope is a nod to making them even more photogenic. (But, since the place is listed with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the white’s probably historic. And photogenic – no reason it can’t be both, right?)

If you get yourself lined up just right you can see a little piece of the past reflected in the bunkhouse window.

Pierce Point Ranch
Point Reyes National Seashore
photographed 4.16.2019

Ghosts’ Dinner

If you thought yesterday’s reflections were something, check out what’s going on here. Even the reflections have reflections, and it adds up to an almost ghostly dining room.

at the abandoned golf course
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.8.2019


Really, though, what’s the point of even getting this close to an abandoned business if you don’t try and have some fun shooting reflections?

at the abandoned golf course
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.8.2019

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