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The narrowest street

This street is said to be the narrowest one in Canada. Some construction work on one of the adjacent buildings made it feel even more narrow, with scaffolding blocking the light. 29 more words

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Don't just dream

Sometimes the best advice is unsolicited and painted on a wall. Like the one I found in Lubbock last winter. Or this one Ehpem and I… 29 more words

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Alley view (my version)

In response to your question, yes, Ehpem, I did get a shot of this wall in the alley. Thanks for asking.

Victoria, British Columbia
photographed 8.3.2014

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Two lights

This is one of those design ideas that might have looked really good on paper, but which didn’t really work out that well when the building was finished. 60 more words

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Uncharacteristic

It was an early morning: we left at 4:00 a.m. to head out of town to shoot the sunrise over the desert.

This is looking south (why look just to the east, especially when the sunrise is less than expected?) toward the Sandia Mountains, the tops of which are shrouded. 9 more words

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After the season

It’s pretty quiet at the soccer complex this time of the year, between seasons.

There were several rabbits, some birds, a toad, and (literally) a snake in the grass. 78 more words

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Drive safely

It wasn’t all that long ago that the only way to purchase a six-pack was to drive out into the county, where there were a lot of small beer stores scattered around, most of them featuring covered, drive-through lanes. 148 more words

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