Just because something is your right doesn’t mean it’s always wise to exercise it
You may have the right to photograph something, but that doesn’t mean it’s wise to do so.
A Yiddish traffic sign
Here’s something you don’t see every day: a traffic sign in Yiddish!
Traditional four-year university is increasingly a luxury product for the elite
I’m not sure four-year university makes sense anymore given how much it costs.
A photograph of a childhood neighbor boy triggers an avalanche of memories.
Would you believe this used to be a gas station?
This building in Orleans, Indiana, was once a gas station.
There are repairs I’ll do, and repairs I won’t do, but at least I’m not afraid to consult the manual.
Empty office on Fujicolor 200
Photos of the office I sometimes work in, deserted as usual.
Becoming less politically conservative
My time at this church made me less politically conservative.
Things that aren’t there anymore
I’ve been making photographs of the built environment long enough now that I have lots of photos of how things used to be.
Being a parent to adult children
My mom painted and reglazed the 50-year-old windows in my house, and I didn’t understand why until I had adult children myself.
Cold, dreary Chicago on Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400
Film photographs of downtown Chicago in wintertime, just before last Christmas.
Kodak Plus-X in the Olympus Trip 35
I gave my Trip 35 some exercise with good old Plus-X inside.