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Stay Off

I did what the spray-painted warning told me: I stayed off the private property. (There was nothing said about not making a photograph.)

This is the last of the snow pictures; you’re probably relieved. But don’t you wonder what tomorrow will bring?

Slaton, Texas
photographed 2.16.2021

Fuel and Sunset

The light and colors are delicate. The reality is much more harsh and unforgiving.

Lubbock County, Texas
photographed 2.16.2021

Snow/Bike

Another day of snow meant another day of me getting out in it to take some photos. Most of the photos I made on this particular morning were for a (this sounds weird but is the actual, honest-to-God truth) corporate client I’ve just gotten.* While I was out working on that project, I saw a lone bicycle across the way. And I knew it was worthy of an image.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.16.2021 

*I know: how ridiculous is this turn of events?!

Texas Rising

This piece, from Texas Tech University’s acclaimed public art program is called “Texas Rising,” created by artists Blessing Hancock and Joe O’Connell. The stars are lit from the inside, which looks lovely at night. But they also look nice in the daytime when the snow’s coming down.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.16.2021

Ice Fountain

This was something I’d never seen before – the water in the big fountain at the main entrance to Texas Tech University was frozen, even while the fountains themselves continued to do their one job.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.16.2021

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