Late night dancing after dinner with my girls. It was super fun but I was exhausted today so a long drive in the countryside is about all i could muster. Saw this little place in a small town along the way.
A few days ago I took some shots of a homeless man napping under a tree so I thought it was only fair that today I post a shot of a gainfully employed man napping on the commuter boat – there’s plenty of folks striking this pose each day on our way home!
There’s a vintage car show is in town this weekend. I only know what kind of car this is because the license plate told me it was a LaSalle, and because there was a bunch of guys ooohing and ahhhing over this being the ‘cleanest LaSalle they’ve ever seen!” I’ve got no clue about the one below.
“Sometimes it is necessary to go a long distance out of the way in order to come back a short distance correctly.” -Edward Albee
She builds them up. She’s lets them down. And then she builds them up again. Sometimes, she let’s me in.
Random shot on my commute home after a long day at work. The bridge piers remind me of a row of boats lined up in rush hour traffic.
“You are fastened to them and cannot understand how, because they are not fastened to you.” -Antonio Porchia (Voces, 1943)
This fellow was napping in the Chinatown park where the Asian women generally won’t let me photograph them. But when I focused on this guy, they were all giggles. Not sure whether they were laughing at him, laughing at me taking a photo of him, or simply glad I wasn’t pointing my camera at them!
“The finest workers in stone are not copper or steel tools, but the gentle touches of air and water working at their leisure with a liberal allowance of time.”
– Henry David Thoreau