I have a fascination with strip malls and plazas.
There’s something surreal about them.
They feel like the edge of the world.
Or maybe just the edge of town, since that’s where they usually are.
And late in the evening, they seem to take on a particular kind of edge-world mystery.
A smattering of people rushing in to pick up one last thing.
Parking lot almost empty.
The enormous sky changing overhead.
The parking lot lamp posts coming on with a flicker.
The sky going dark in a slow fade.
A barn. Some cows. Some clouds. Two wires.
In my less than regular photography habits of late, it seems that the night sky is what is getting me to grab my gear and head out.
Continue reading “Great Conjunction 2020”
I haven’t posted in this blog for over a year.
I haven’t been taking many “leisure” photos and have been focused on other things.
Continue reading “Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE)”
It’s finally spring and things are just starting to turn green. The birds are returning. This fella here, with the droopy wings, might very well be tired from a long migratory flight.
Continue reading “Spring Is Rising”
I’ve taken a few more Polaroids.
Continue reading “More Polaroids”
I’ve been playing with my mom’s Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera.
Continue reading “Polaroids”
We’ve had some cold nights recently.
Continue reading “Ice Break”
I am still thinking about this suburban study I want to do.
Continue reading “Suburban Studies”