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All the rectangles in town, probably

It’s not like a secret or anything: I sure do love some rectangles.

Levelland, Texas
photographed 4.29.2018

In the window

I drive past this former restaurant almost every morning on my way to work, and keep thinking I ought to stop and make a few photos. Late last month, a weird thing happened and I needed to go to the office on a Sunday, and for some reason I remembered to take the camera.

I worked for a few hours, and then as a reward to myself for my effort, my camera and I stopped at that place I’d been eyeing. And this is what I saw…

Levelland, Texas
photographed 4.29.2018

Floral Tribute

Even the flowers were dead…

Lafayette Cemetery No. 1
New Orleans, Louisiana
photographed 4.24.2018

A shrine, of sorts

It was just an alley, after all. There wasn’t any real reason for it to feel different from any other alley I’ve ever walked down. But the progression of art and the rhythmic fences marking property boundaries gave it a bit of a formal feel. And the longer I stayed there, the more it began to feel special, like Important Things had just happened, and would happen again.

Or maybe paint fumes were getting to me…

along Fabrication Avenue
Dallas, Texas
photographed 4.14.2018

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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

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