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Streetcar

Two of my favorite things – an empty restaurant and some reflections – came together in one place the other day.

San Diego, California
photographed 3.8.2020

Painter, painting

Every now and then I get the idea to venture out and do some street photography. And since I don’t really even know how to do street photography in a way that is, you know, good, the best I can achieve so far is mixed results.

And here’s an example of some mixed results – a guy painting the arch above a doorway at a train station. You can’t see it in the photo (remember when I said “mixed results”?), but he was using a tiny paint roller.

Santa Fe Depot
San Diego, California
photographed 3.10.2020

Downtown’s Reflections

There’s something about shooting into very reflective windows that I find appealing. You may have already noticed that.

In this case, I feel like just about everything that was going on in downtown Pampa on the night of the 26th ended up in a single image.

Pampa, Texas
photographed 12.26.2019

Sink (a dream)

It felt like a dream even though it wasn’t. At least I don’t think it was…

Historic Market Square
San Antonio, Texas
photographed 11.22.2019

Tacos de Beef

Maybe it’s time for a lunch break? Go to San Antonio – it’s got a lot to choose from. For example, just in the width of a camera’s frame, you can get gorditas, tacos, fajitas, or tripas.

(NOTE: Autocorrect must have previously tasted tripas and is set on protecting my loyal follower(s) from them: it keeps trying to change it to “trips.” This is one time when I sort of support Autocorrect’s decision.)

Historic Market Square
San Antonio, Texas
photographed 11.25.2016

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