Saturday, March 27, 2010


Driving from Tupelo to Oxford this evening (hwy. 6 / 178 west) as a
wonderful mix of clouds, associated with an incoming system,
approached from the west. Extremely windy all day.

Shooting while driving was mostly "my system" ... I stopped twice to
study the fast changes taking place.

[posted via iPhone]

inFRAred + :: Wirey-Haired Poles

Cloudy skys to shoot against are my preferred shooting days in order
for this type of imagery to be a viable result.

Location: Oxford, MS alley

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

[< inSide MY Mac World >]

A seemingly minor project turned into an all day affair yesterday.
Installing more RAM + moving the desk and all gadetry across my
11x11 room...cords and cables, etc etc. proved to be a revolt.

Mac was not happy! She decided I had tried to make her more than she
> could be. She revolted in extremely strange ways. Strangeness like
> I've never seen!!

> So. I woke in panic today just imagining the stress ahead ... But she
> took a nap &amp; woke with a new attituw. She began to accept her new
> found power and provided me with a much smoother &amp; faster work
> pace. Ilove it!

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Discovered a very old place with a mailbox and a "what's it" with a
pressure gauge laying in a thick bed of leaves.
Sort of felt a connection to the mailbox and took a lot of different
shots of it. Kept thinking about it all evening-- what had it received
and what had been sent from it - what joys, what surprises, what
sadness, what upsets-- all the emotions of "mail." So I drove back by
the next day and brought "10" home.

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Sunday, March 14, 2010

! PresSURE WASHing RUINaTioN !

The so-called Pressure Washer Man used my water, which spewed from the
faucet connectors of his hoses & caused a mini flood & mud galore. He
used my water to do other apartments as well as mine.

This was the hugest mess I've ever seen. . . paint chips around my
place looked as if it had snowed! Water came under the doors. And all
crud being tracked into my house = me, a veryyyyyy unhappy camper!

Last image: dude took my wreath off kitchen door (said he laid it
"somewhere" in back). But he threw it over next door out of my sight
onto that pile of trash! You don't even want to be around me when I
finally found it!!!
This was not a Pro Washer dude!

{{ multiple hand images = experimentation w/apps }}

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

TREES :: A favored subject

The season of bare-branched trees, my favorite season, is fast coming
to an end.

As beautiful as foliage covered trees are, it's always sad to see the
naked beauty of a decidious tree's inner spirit and form go away.
(Shot with LOMO)

Evergreens are also among my favored subjects to look at and
shoot .... maybe it goes back to childhood Christmases with real
Christmas trees and that magical scent that filled the house. The one
evergreen in this blog section has an interesting form. Plus, it leans
in an artistic way that seems to speak of individuality, which I
appreciate (the others around it stood straight.)

As for the evergreens, Cedars, Junipers, Leyland Cypress, Balsam Firs
and Slash Pines of the MS Gulf Coast are my loves.

[posted via iPhone]

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Monday, March 1, 2010


Rusted Steel from Car Window

Traveling by new hwy. construction along I-55 South of Memphis... no,
I couldn't stop and no I wasn't going to miss the op!