Well, it’s not cold, but it’s not hot either. The weather has finally cooled, and the mist is rolling in at dusk. The neighborhood hawk isn’t on his perch, at the top of the dead tree, but he’ll be back. He’s gotta keep an eye on the donkeys. This is another shot of the pasture […]
Monthly Archives: September 2010
I am sick of the hot weather. It was 92 degrees yesterday, in a continuation of a relentlessly hot summer. I want some cool temperatures. Sticking my head in the refrigerator doesn’t count. I just end up with another hunk of salami and I’m outta there. I want to look out my window and see […]
The umpteenth annual Festival in the Park is being held in Charlotte this weekend. Last night was a perfect combination of beautiful weather, art, hush puppies, and bratwurst. Not too sure about the Belarus cotton candy though. This is an HDR composite of seven exposures.
This long closed Mexican restaurant looks like it has gone to seed. I spent countless hours here when it was known as El Sombrero. I think I can still smell the chips and salsa and the fajitas. It was a narrow space, tacked onto the end of a factory. The proprietors were unsurpassed in their […]
I’m not going to get carried away with the ’58 Caddy, but it’s an incredible car. Here’s one more shot. Fins in the back and some nice lines up front. As I said yesterday, it has been immaculately restored. However, it may not be authentic in every last detail. Did they have halogen headlights in […]
I was headed out to shoot a sunset on the west side of town Thursday evening. As I drove through Hickory I saw fins. Bright red fins – next to the Dairy Queen, of all places. The sunset shot would have to wait till another night. I pulled into the DQ where several classic cars […]