She only needs a little attention, a little grunt work. Put some time in sanding and spraying on a few layers of primer, maybe some metal fabrication. Being out exposed to the elements has caused major rust damage, and rotted the floor board out, but it can all be fixed. The grill is gone. Bet a … Continue reading Worth the trouble
Occasionally, in the interval between high tide and low tide, natural elements form small pools inside hollows of sand. Wind and sun continue to swirl the captured seawater, carving deeply textured patterns in the bed of the pools. As the sun performs its vanishing act on the water, evaporating it all away before tides change again, these patterns remain. A stark … Continue reading Sand sculpture
Hangout Music Festival
I just spent three days in my bathing suit, with 40,000 other half-dressed freaks on the beach at Gulf Shores, drinking overpriced beer, eating lunch truck tacos, and singing and dancing to live performances from about 100 different bands. All in all, it was an outstanding weekend.
An eerie silence enveloped the pine woods, as a thick, misty fog crept over the landscape - all sound muted in fearful reverence to the darkness.
I like the book better
“What I like about black and white photographs is that they’re more like reading the book than seeing the movie.” ~ Robert Heinecken
Glare of the spotlight
"All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up.” ~ Norma Desmond, “Sunset Boulevard” Have you ever felt that your entire life is just a movie, and you, and everyone around you, are just characters in that movie? (Think “The Truman Show.”) There are days when I just go through the motions, not really paying … Continue reading Glare of the spotlight