Color,, Photographs, Photography, Pictures, Ray Laskowitz
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Miles from Nowhere

A long way from home.


Yesterday’s post was completely misunderstood. By me. Seems like any of you who commented here or on Facebook liked the picture for something that I never saw. That figures. Apparently, my own vision doesn’t make much sense. Which does make sense. In the long view.

That said.

I’ll tell you where I took this picture. You tell me what it means. Please.

Even though there is an air of loneliness in this picture, it really isn’t all that far out there. It is about as far west as you can go in the City of Albuquerque, and still be within city limits. See those nice neat curbs? I suspect that one day there will be houses out in the high desert. Rows and rows of houses.

I could tell you the story of this picture. How it came to be. But, I’ll probably just aggravate a few people. So, I’ll go with my new flow. I’ll keep my fingers calm. Rested. Waiting.



  1. I love the image. I think it speaks differently to a lot of us as it may pertain to something we may be dealing with or experiencing. My first thought of viewing the image was that of someone has a long journey ahead of them.

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  2. i don’t know about lonely – the photo is definitely artsy as in like a painting. i quite like the lone car far ahead. makes me think of a solo journey.

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  3. Ok…I backed up from yesterday or tomorrow…like a Star Trek time-warp, jump to the left.
    This picture looks foreboding and exciting to me at the same time. Lonely and uncertain, but inviting me to escape from…whatever I’m running from today.

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    • Well, that’s what I think too. But, obviously I have no idea what I’m talking about. 🙂 Everybody has proved that to me.


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