… in Missouri on my recent road trip. I drove 400 miles through this shit …
… alongside a gate on the Navajo reservation on BIA Route 13 near Shiprock, New Mexico.
A few weeks ago, I left my university and drove 2,200 miles to the end of the road. There I pondered enlightenment. I found little solace, so I drove 2,200 miles back to my university.
Stop along here, child.
Stone spine of America.
These hills are our bones.
… on the road to Shiprock in northwestern New Mexico.
This minette dike emanates from Shiprock, itself a volcanic monadnock exposed by erosion of surrounding softer rock, in northwestern New Mexico.
Shiprock, New Mexico. Learn more.
Forgive us our trespasses as we (accidentally find ourselves in abandoned places) forgive those who trespass against us.
Church of Transfiguration, Buffalo, New York
… near Amarillo, Texas.
… on a log in the forest at my university.
Garden sprite. You wouldn’t believe how hard it is to get these bastards to pose.
… on a path in the forest at my university.