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#ThursdayDoors - Doors that aren't, Kingston, Ontario

On a recent visit to Kingston, Ontario, I was wandering up Ontario Street and decided to take a picture of what used to be a building between Earl Street and William Street. 352 more words

Blogging

A slow creeping

The kitchen windowsill from the same house in yesterday’s post. That’s quite a healthy collection of cobwebs, isn’t it? And how about that thick coating of dust on everything?

Levelland, Texas
photographed 5.6.2016

Photography

Mount Rushmore

The only photos I’d seen of Mount Rushmore were the faces up close. I had never seen the mountain from which they were carved. I wanted to make a photograph from a different perspective. 135 more words

Travel

Four legs (and one hump)

(By the time you see this post, this place will have been demolished: someone’s home is becoming a parking lot.)

Levelland, Texas
photographed 5.6.2016

Photography

Roads not traveled

When the wife and I go up in the mountains we often pass through a place called Neiwan. It’s a kind of vacationers paradise with a lively food market, several go cart tracks and a number of hot spring resorts within a short distance. 447 more words

Landtravel

The Abandoned Soviet Monument, Buzludzha.

When my boyfriend heard of an abandoned Soviet monument, he knew he had to go. His love for abandoned buildings had already seen us chased by the police out of a building in Bulgaria, so I was a little hesitant in doing another. 1,461 more words

Travel

Carvel

I was never very fond of rainbow sprinkles. The one nice thing my mom’s boyfriend used to do for Megan and me as kids was take us out for ice cream—Carvel, it was, every time. 2,325 more words

Fiction