The Blue Distance


Away in the weather. I wasn’t driving in that place during the storms. But, before and after are good targets. The main idea is to give you a sense of our wonderful weather down here in Southeastern Louisiana. During this time of year we often get a short but violent storm about every other day.Continue reading “The Blue Distance”

Drive By Truckers


The deep freeze is really 42 degrees. One day the talking weather people heads will get it right. One day. Last night they were predicting starting the day with temperatures in the low twenties. That may be true somewhere. They said we might have snow. Somewhere else too. Wind was going to coming ripping through.Continue reading “Drive By Truckers”

Number Three


I used to do this a lot. I’d brace my camera on the dashboard of the car, set everything to auto and let the camera do its thing. The only part of my that ever touched the camera was one finger. The one I used to push the shutter release button. I didn’t even lookContinue reading “Number Three”

Driving and Crying


No, not me. I’m not crying. I was having a good time. The sky is crying. Oooooh. Two song titles before the first paragraph. This is more-or-less what it’s like to be me when I go out looking for pictures. Or, better yet when I go out looking for pictures with intent. In these twoContinue reading “Driving and Crying”

Drive By…


Drive by. No. Not that kind. This is about pictures. Not guns. Not bullets. But, we did have 17 or 18 shootings over the long Memorial Day weekend. “Only” four people died. “Only.” It wasn’t as horrible as the shootings were in Santa Barbara, California. But, still… Anyway, we’ve had some really bad light. NotContinue reading “Drive By…”

Miles And Miles


And so it’s time to move on from The Christmas Series. This may only be a short bridge series until the New Year. We’ll see. This year has been one of a lot of miles. A lot of different places. A lot of new things. So, I thought I’d do a little travel thing. NotContinue reading “Miles And Miles”

On The Road


When I lived in New Mexico, I realized that Albuquerque is really a giant truck stop. That’s not a negative statement. It’s just the ¬†understanding that while the city has spread out in every direction, the crossroads of I-40 and I-25 are located there. Old Route 66 ran through the city not only east andContinue reading “On The Road”

And The Rain Came


In Southeast Louisiana, as it is in all semi-tropical places, the spring and summer months are traditionally the rainy season. Even though a bit of April seemed dry, the region already has surpassed its normal rainfall for this time of year. Rain fell yesterday and even though the sun is shining — weakly — thisContinue reading “And The Rain Came”

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