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Week of Randomness: Fenceline

For reasons that were inexplicable and non-negotiable I decided that a driving trip from Lubbock to Denver would not include a single mile driven on a Interstate highway.

It takes me practically forever to get anywhere anyway (because: photography). Add that to the driving conditions (not all the roads were paved, for example), and I think our travel speed was somewhere in the covered-wagon range.

But I saw this.

Ebert County, Colorado
photographed 9.4.2016

POSTED

Well, of course there was graffiti right next to the “no graffiti” sign. We would have been disappointed if there hadn’t been some.

along Fabrication Avenue
Dallas, Texas
photographed 4.14.2018

Beauty

If it’s this pretty, is it still graffiti?

along Fabrication Avenue
Dallas, Texas
photographed 4.14.2018

Why we can’t have nice things

Don’t. Just don’t. Don’t turn the sofa over. Don’t leave your beer can on the counter. Don’t leave all that trash on the floor.

And don’t leave the curtains open so photographers can look inside.*

Causey, New Mexico
photographed 3.30.2018

*For the record, I only look inside places I am sure are vacant.

Window Movements

The motion of the old vinyl window blinds combined with the what-is-that-about slant on the wood on the boarded-up door caught my eye from the other side of the street. It just got better the closer I got.

Causey, New Mexico
photographed 3.30.2018

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