I am considering starting a study on deserted, highway, service buildings. I took a series of these while in New Mexico. These would include old truck stops, gas stations and restaurants.
We are staying in a very nicely restored adobe house in an old neighborhood. The house next door is awaiting hopefully a similar restoration. It appears to not have been occupied for some time.
This is the first post I have done since I ended my 365 entries. January finds me in New Mexico exploring the countryside. I have been here two days and have already found two weeks worth of potential subjects. A hike in Dripping Springs Natural Area provided this scene out of the Old Southwest.
I took another trip up Jarvis Creek to see the Lady Essie. Her appearance changes with the tide and the water is continuing the pull her apart.
I continue to fall behind with too many projects…
Continuing to work with Muse to develop new web pages. This link will take you temporarily to the new pages I am working on for railroad photograph.com:
This is one of my favorite photos of this series. My recent rescanning at high resolution has allowed me to work with the photos in a way that I could not years ago. So, here is the “Girl On Roller Skates”.
This building fascinated me then and it still does. I think from the signs this may have been a little corner grocery.
It is interesting posting on a blog, because the beginning of the story is often at the end of the order of postings. So this is probably the last door series post, which in a way is the first photo…
This is my favorite two photos of this small series of photographs. In the final portfolio selection, I am not sure which one I will chose.
The old doors from the building demolition were used to form barricades to prevent the rumble from falling into the street. Some of the doors still had door handles.