Friday, January 2, 2015
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Rose City Triathlon
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Sunday, June 15, 2014
Uglyhat and Flag Day
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Golden Hour Blackberry Buds
Friday, May 23, 2014
Hazy Mother's Day in the Ouachita National Forest
Anyway it was night driving up so I got to see nothing, on the way back I was trying to get back because it was Mother's Day and the wife was understandably upset that I wasn't there to begin with and even more annoyed that I wouldn't be making it back into town before noon. It was a beautiful morning with sparse clouds and I had a good sunrise getting out of Arkansas, but once I hit the Ouachita again a haze rolled in and blanketed the low peaks, this is the only look out cut into 259 that I saw and I caught it as a little sun was trying to break through. I wish I would have been able to sit for a while and see if I could have had a little more hit the valley, but it's not a bad shot.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
The top image is a closed down drive-in south of Nacogdoches on US 59, which the state of Texas is turning into interstate 69, and will be soon demolishing the old structure. So, I had to make sure that I stopped and documented it before it was no longer there. I don't know if I will get a chance, but it faces west and I would really like a shot of the sun coming up right next to it.
The middle image is from downtown Houston, the sugar skull I saw on a junction box right in front a cemetery and thought it was too perfect to pass up the shot.
Finally, the bottom image is one that I have been dying to get since the first trip I took down 59 last January. I have also seen the tag in Dallas and out on I-20 on a railroad bridge so I am guessing that it was the same person cruising around Texas throwing up the Bob Omb tag for us. I just think it is excellent that this guy is just hanging out in the middle of the Big Thicket in between Moscow and Corrigan Texas it's too perfect.