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Tag: The Built World (page 1 of 4)

Friday Photo: 5/3/19

“I Can’t Be a Pessimist, Because I’m Alive”
Denver, Colorado – 2017

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Wednesday Photo: 5/1/19

“Yellow and Gray with Window”
Wedowee, Alabama – 2014

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Monday Photo: 4/29/19

“Waiting on a Train, Part 9”

Denver, Colorado – 2017

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Friday Photo: 4/26/19


“Blue Fountain”

Carrollton, Georgia – 2014

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Wednesday Photo: 4/24/19

“Waiting on a Train, Part 8”

Denver, Colorado – 2017

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Wednesday Photo: 3/27/19

Blue sky above a bright gray/silver corrugated steel exterior wall (ridges in the steel are vertical) behind a streetlamp post and above three portable toilets (one tan and two pink).

“Saturday in the Park”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2019

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Friday Photo: 3/22/19

“Waiting on a Train, Part 6”
Denver, Colorado – 2017

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Wednesday Photo: 3/20/19

“Sawmill Still Life”

LaGrange, Georgia – 2019

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Wednesday Photo: 3/13/19

“Waiting on a Train, Part 5”
Denver, Colorado – 2017

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Hillside Monday: 3/11/19

Image looking up through a glass storm door onto the porch of a house, at the corner of the roof, where two drip-edges come together. Raindrops pour off of the aluminum drip edges and down into the shot like liquid diamonds.

“Another Storm in Hillside”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2015

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Wednesday Photo: 3/6/19

“Waiting on a Train, Part 4”
Denver, Colorado – 2017

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Friday Photo: 1/25/19

Close-up view of one wheel of a freight train car, massive and rusty-brown, on a clean silvered steel rail. The asphalt of the railroad crossing shows behind and in front of the train car wheel. In the background hangs the red-and-white striped reflective rail crossing "arm" that lowers automatically when a train approaches. Spring-green tree leaves fill out the far background, beyond the crossing arm.

“Waiting on a Train, Part 23”
LaGrange, Georgia (2015)

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Hillside Monday: 1/7/19

On a gray, overcast day, we look up into the green-painted, rusty steel beams under a railroad bridge, and also see the mossy concrete edge of bridge showing in the upper left corner of photo. Hanging from a thin piece of plastic fishing line is a 12-ounce Pepsi-Cola can bearing the bright red-white-and-blue standard Pepsi can design and logo. Presumably, the fishing line tied to the can is affixed somewhere on top of the railroad bridge, off camera.

“Fishing from the Railroad Bridge”
LaGrange, Georgia (2018)

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Friday Photo: 1/4/19

A sky filled with roiling dark gray clouds looms above a large parking area for a trucking company. In the background and at the left foreground, the dozen or so 18 wheelers (each of which is 13 feet high) and the truck garage (which stands about 30 feet high) resemble children's toys about to be swept away by the massive, looming storm behind them.

“Storm Clouds with Truck Yard”
Marietta, Georgia (2018)

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Wednesday Photo: 12/26/18

“Dogwood Vigil No. 2”
Atlanta, Georgia – 2013

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Wednesday Photo: 11/14/18

“Life in the Ruins”
Leadville, Colorado – 2014

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Wednesday Photo: 11/7/18

“Cream, Sugar, Tabletop, Red Wall”
Waffle House #646
LaGrange, Georgia – 2015

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Friday Photo: 11/2/18

The past is never where you think you left it.
— Katherine Anne Porter

“For Wes, Part 9”
Glenn, Georgia – 2017
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Friday Photo: 10/26/18

“Factory Windows No. 1”
Newnan, Georgia – 2017

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Hillside Monday: 10/15/18

“Ahead of the Storm, Jefferson Street”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2015

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Wednesday Photo: 10/10/18

I imagine one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, they will be forced to deal with pain.
— James Baldwin

“For Wes, Part 7 (You Don’t Know My Pain)”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2017
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Wednesday Photo: 10/3/18

If I love you, I have to make you conscious of the things you don’t see.
— James Baldwin

“For Wes, Part 6”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2017
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Wednesday Photo: 9/26/18

“Rainy Day View, Corner Booth”
Waffle House #646
LaGrange, Georgia – 2018

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Wednesday Photo: 9/19/18

“Waiting on a Train, Part 22”
Nashville, Tennessee – 2018

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Hillside Monday: 9/17/18

“Roof and Sky, Two Days Before Disaster”
LaGrange, Georgia – 26 June 2018
In memory of John McNamara (1961-2018)

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Hillside Monday: 9/10/18

“Clark Street Laundromat”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2014

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Friday Photo: 9/7/18

“Waiting on a Train, Part 3”
Anniston, Alabama – 2016

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Friday Photo: 8/31/18

“Waiting on a Train, Part 2”
Anniston, Alabama – 2016

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Hillside Monday: 8/27/18

“For Wes, Part 5”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2017

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Wednesday Photo: 8/22/18

“Waiting on a Train, Part 1”
Anniston, Alabama – 2016

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Wednesday Photo: 8/15/18

“It’s Lonely at the Cart Corral”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2015

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Friday Photo: 8/10/18

“Kudzu and Concrete”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2017

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Wednesday Photo: 8/8/18

“Waiting on a Train, Part 11”
Kansas City, Missouri – 2017

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Hillside Monday: 8/6/18

“Any Porch In a Storm”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2015

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Wednesday Photo: 8/1/18

Dale Chihuly, Amber Cattails (2006)
Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver, Colorado – 2014

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Wednesday Photo: 7/25/18

“Poolside, 5:04 PM”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2018

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Hillside Monday: 7/23/18

“For Wes, Part 2”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2017

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Friday Photo: 7/20/18

“Self-Portrait with Porous Concrete”
Kansas City, Missouri – 2017

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Hillside Monday: 7/16/18

“For Wes, Part 1”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2017

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Wednesday Photo: 7/4/18

“Shore Erosion, Horace King Park”
Troup County, Georgia – 2014

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Hillside Monday: 6/25/18

“Sky on Fire, Hillside”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2016

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Friday Photo: 6/22/18

“Michael’s Fine Clothes for Men”
Kansas City, Missouri – 2017

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Wednesday Photo: 6/20/18

“Something (Not) Borrowed”
LaGrange, Georgia – 2015

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Friday Photo: 6/15/18

“Mining Camp Ghost Accident”
Leadville, Colorado – 2014

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Wednesday Photo: 6/6/18

 

“A Quiet Moment in KC”
Kansas City, Missouri – 2017

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Friday Photo: 6/1/18

“Shadow with Methodist Clubhouse Wall”
Glenn, Georgia – 3 April 2015

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Friday Photo: 5/25/18

“Handed Down in Stone”
Heard County, Georgia – 7 February 2015

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Hillside Monday: 5/21/18

“The View Looking West”
LaGrange, Georgia – 10 May 2013

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Friday Photo: 5/18/18

“Water Oak Leaves with Rain and Window”
LaGrange, Georgia – 1 May 2017

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Wednesday Photo: 5/16/18

“Turquoise Links”
LaGrange, Georgia – 31 July 2015

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