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Sofa amongst the tile

You surely already know that I like to look inside abandoned places. I like seeing what sorts of things got left behind. I like seeing what’s falling apart. I like seeing what’s still holding on. In this particular case, the sofa looks really sketchy and almost all the ceiling tiles have succumbed to gravity. And that striped wall is still there…

Wickett, Texas
photographed 3.24.2021

Graveyard, sort of

From my angle, these pieces of concrete looked like some kind of weird headstones…

Penwell, Texas
photographed 3.24.2021

Caretakers Shack, plus tree

I have a thing for looking at the parts of things that make the other things work. When I’m shooting in cemeteries, for example, I always look around for the caretaker’s shack. And this shack rewarded my search by including a little tree Thanks, shack!

Alpine, Texas
photographed 3.26.2021

From the outside

Sometimes to shoot inside a cemetery, you have to go outside the walls. This was one of those times. I made quite a few images of the draped cross from the inside of the cemetery, but this is the one that I liked the best.

Alpine, Texas
photographed 3.26.2021

Succubus

Eighteen years ago I wrote a poem called “Incubus.”

And now, here’s the other side of the situation.

Alpine, Texas
photographed 3.26.2021

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