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Black and White
photography from the Chesapeake Bay watershed by Bill Emory
day of rest
Hardware Baptist Church, established 1802. 3452 Red Hill Rd, North Garden, VA
cultural appropriation gone wrong
Was it the Mount Vernon Motel? Is it supposed to look Jeffersonian? Who knows, gone now. As
says, our culture is trash.
I hope to never climb another ladder but until I can arrange the particulars, the ladder is my dangerous friend who introduces me to his/her’s amoral chum, gravity. 9.8 meters per second squared…
Up on Cel and Betty’s roof, in theory, cleaning the gutters, in practice looking at the immediate world.
the same but different
old Kohler cast iron lavatory, new American Standard commode, 1.28gpf
UVA. She blinked her eyes and everyone disappeared.
galvanized steel origami
a venture in faith
bridge across the Rapidan north of Orange.
Crystal City Pentagon City. Parking underground, Whole Food’s attached, not affordable but otherwise Charlottesville’s dream.
the Quick and the Dead
Bellefontaine Cemetery. Opened in St. Louis 1850 with the thought that an out of town burying ground would reduce deaths from cholera (graveyard vapors thought to contribute to cholera). Went to visit great great granddad who died in STL in 1854 of Cholera.