A photograph is usually looked at – seldom looked into.
Ansel Easton Adams (1902 – April 1984) American photographer and environmentalist, best known for his black and white photographs
ah … blues playing on itunes, coffee dripping through a white paper filter into my large morning cup. Lead guitar pecking at and bending those goose-bump strings, a gravely voice squealing about sundown nightlife, blue sky obscured by serious grey cloud cover, showing its ragged underside, oblivious to the invisible mountains just minutes to the north; where tall evergreen drag and tear at the dense cloud stuff.
sip of hot coffee now
that’s what it looks like out there now, a black and white kind of day and that is a good thing.
Side by side retro Van stylings
Alley walks can reveal more about the neighborhood than the street view.
It is interesting how some building styles can trigger childhood memories and transport backwards in time for a few fragments of memory.
There is that weird brand name ‘Zenith’
Gutter shot of low gutter cloud
Retro sheds or garages, alley buildings can be interesting
Blink twice and there are more of these cookie cutter shoe box houses. Devoid of character or any charm at all.
Minimalist style design, if you don’t look you won’t see it.
Looking down can bring a smile to your face