I take a lot of pictures, not because I’m particularly good with a camera, but because I feel fortunate to see some of the things I have these last few years. Mostly, when I take a picture, it’s the sort of naive realist in me wanting to show others this really neat thing I saw just over there. Afterwards I may crop and I might bring out the colors a bit here and there, but there really isn’t much art to what I do with a picture box. Every now and then, though, what catches my eye is a pattern or a texture. The results might be more fartsy than artsy, but I still think these pics are kind of amusing.
(As usual, you may click to embiggen)
Termites Done it (at the Rancho Galllina Bed & Breakfast in Santa Fe)
This was a thin sheet of ice that had slid off the room of the Ramkota Hotel in Rapid City and melted itself to a paper-thin state. It didn’t last another 5 minutes.
Azusa Pacific University
On the Bar at Humpey’s
The Neon Museum in Las Vegas
A Place of Rest
Under the Fish Cannery at Metlakatla
Part of the Power Grid in Las Vegas
Apparently the Tundra south of Prudhoe Bay is made of blueberry swirl
Sea Ice in Spring (those chunks are actually quite big)
Alleyway in Anchorage
Ceiling at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, AZ
Time to mow the docks in Metlakatla
Soudproofing at the NOAA facilities in Barrow …just a Chinese Conspiracy!
Bartop in Anchorage