2014/11/07

Bourbon Street morning

Filed under: dolls,Urban Planning — WmX @ 09:00

attractive corporate spokesperson
The paved right of way of Bourbon Street is 21 feet wide.

2014/11/06

coffee

Filed under: strange land — WmX @ 09:14

hashtag
Z’OTZ Coffee, 8210 Oak Street 70118

2014/11/05

the day after

Filed under: dolls,signs — WmX @ 10:09

141104-Electioneering
I expected more election activity on the street in Huey Pierce Long’s homestate.
No one handing out walking around money, could hardly tell an election was happening
except on TV where the heads were screaming.

rabbit ears NoLA
Rabbit Ears, 8225 Oak Street

2014/11/04

Louis Armstrong International Airport

Filed under: dolls — WmX @ 10:50

yah welcome to NoLA

2014/11/03

Dorsey

Filed under: agrarian,people — WmX @ 03:35

141031-DWS-at-home
Hunter, mountain man, teacher, friend, farmer

2014/11/02

Day of Rest

Filed under: family — WmX @ 03:22

141102-all-saints
Montague Chapel, All Saints’ Day Service

2014/11/01

Midterm election

Filed under: Charlottesville,politics,signs — WmX @ 10:47

UR missing
Politics, Charlottesville style.

2014/10/31

Mac

Filed under: fishbones,friends,people,riverine — WmX @ 09:57

town creek

Thou hast nor youth nor age
But as it were an after dinner sleep
Dreaming of both.–T.S.Eliot

Headed out to sea next week.

2014/10/30

Street Tree

Filed under: flora — WmX @ 13:39

Catalpa bignonioides
Carlton Avenue

2014/10/28

God’s Poem Writer

Filed under: people — WmX @ 00:45

140916-gods-poem-writer
Bumped into Harold J. Arnold, a.k.a. God’s Poem Writer.
His poems deal with a severe subject, but he, the writer, is a pleasure to encounter.

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