Frank said in his last post he wasn’t going to post again until one of us stepped up… I present for your consideration – falling cows. There is a group in Flickr called stick figures in peril – which gave me the idea to shoot this sign in New Mexico. Can you imagine what happened to generate a state issued road sign of this nature?
Fabulous neon – and free HBO…
A little amateur local real estate photography. This building is a couple blocks from mine.
I enjoy doing these monochromatic images very much. Most have been taken in either my backyard or in a small field bordering a forest at my university. Wandering around gives me badly needed exercise, both for the body and my spirit. The days may be cold when these images are shot, but I find the process so very peaceful. Cheers, all.
One of the unexpected finds of our ramble around New Mexico was the discovery of stored air frames at the Roswell International Airport. There are organizations at the air field that store, scrap and refit mid-life commercial aircraft. It was a cold day and the snow was flying so no one was around to care if we walked up to the fence lines. This image is a Boeing 747-400 series currently owned by AerSale Inc. Look behind the cut to see it in it’s glory days.
This just makes me smile for some reason.
Sadly, I have re-discovered a toy — solarization, which I used to do to photographs a lifetime ago. For those interested in the history of Merton’s Heart, a landscape feature on the horizon, see an earlier image of mine.