Monthly Archives: June 2011

Two Roses, Hershey, PA, USA

I spent about an hour wandering around the garden in Hershey, PA. I saw a lot of beautiful flowers and interesting trees and even some butterflies. I think these were my favorite flowers of the day.

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Thunderbird Motel #2, Seattle, WA, USA

On Aurora Ave N, also known as 99, in a strange no-man’s land between Fremont and Wallingford, you’ll find the Thunderbird Motel. In my lifetime, I don’t recall that it ever had a reputation that would make it competitive with … Continue reading

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Grass, Hanover, PA, USA

I looked out my mother-in-law’s window near sunset and thought, ‘The grass looks awesome in that light.’ So I grabbed my camera and crawled around on my belly for about 20 minutes shooting a bunch of photos more or less … Continue reading

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Broken Spline, Elbe, WA, USA

During a jeepin’ trip, parts sometimes break. This particular ride, getting over a slightly-higher-than-usual root revealed a manufacturing defect in the spline on the axle. The two mechanics on the trip jacked up the front end and replaced the broken … Continue reading

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Bridge Detail, Renton, WA, USA

I shot this detail of a bridge support at Riverside Park in Renton, Washington. They’ve converted a railroad into a running/biking path along the Cedar River, using the old bridges for the new path. It’s a nice touch to have … Continue reading

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