The other day I took a close up of what could have been a wheat field or just a bunch of weeds. Today’s photo is a reveal of my wheat field, in perspective.
It was cool outside and a bit windy. I would have taken a long shot of these wonderful plants, pictured below, if there was one to take. Alas, my field of wheat was restricted to a small patch of dirt surrounded by concrete curbs, in a parking lot.
My brother Mike is autistic, low functioning and nonverbal. He was diagnosed shortly after autism was classified in 1952 DSM. Mike was at home until I was 10 years old. My parents then made the decision to send him to Willowbrook where they thought they would take care of him. We visited just about every […]
I saw this rock the other day. I couldn’t tell if the design was painted by a person or if was an array of lichens banding together in an attempt to communicate with aliens. I did not see other human graffiti in the vicinity, so the lichen story may be the more viable explanation of […]
I’m sure that my co-pilot took this shot, or maybe I was riding shotgun and snapped the picture myself. At any rate I’m sure I didn’t take the photo whilst driving. I did look at the clouds though.
I never had this problem in NYC, before I left. The task of food shopping there was much different than it is outside of a city where there are parking lots and wide aisles down which one drives the sturdy shopping cart. In the city, when shopping for several day’s worth of food, one took […]
There was only one red light-pole base in the whole parking lot. I don’ t know why it was painted red, or who did it. They must have only had one can of paint, though. Nothing else nearby was red. During my break, I went outside and took this photograph. It must have been that […]
Sometimes I just have to snap the shutter. I took this photo in traffic just before entering the Lincoln Tunnel, headed to New Jersey from New York City, years ago. I like the geometry of the square sign, the trapezoidal opening to the tunnel on the other side of the road and the diagonals of […]
Here is a sign I saw once in NYC. I’m not sure if it is meant for vehicles or pedestrians, as it is parallel to the sidewalk.
This scene caught my eye the other day during my break: I love the glowing light and the ambiguity of the shadow, which could be a freight train passing by.