The back of my cell phone. Yeah, I’m in a rush. :-)
Derived from a photo of an office building in downtown Albuquerque.
My first attempt at HDR photography. Just to try something new.
More randomness from around the house.
Underneath a wooden stool.
A breakfast-drink shaker strainer, on top of a microphone stand, in front of a set of horizontal blinds.
Draw whatever conclusions you would like.
Will submit today’s entry as a “mystery” item, although I believe it will be fairly easy to recognize.
Atop the stack of unused CDs on the spool.
An old service station in Mountainair, NM.
Part of old Route 66, this bridge was originally constructed in 1933.
This graphics card has been sitting in my box of “miscellaneous” computer parts for many years. I should probably hold on to it. No telling when I will need one. :-)
Sitting in limbo.
I haven’t played with a yo-yo in a while.
I’m starting to think this one band of staples will last me for the rest of my life.
Yeah, it’s boring. :-)
Spotted in the far corner of an empty parking lot.
From the depths of a refrigerator.
I probably drank too much Diet Coke today.
Detailed artwork on the back of a small sculpture.
There was a time — probably when I was eight years old — that I could name all of the little parts of a flower. Now I’m too lazy to even look it up on the internet. :-) This is a bloom from a pear tree in my back yard.
People familiar with the stretch of I-25 between Albuquerque and Santa Fe will recognize this. A defunct outlet mall located at Budaghers, NM. Developers pumped a lot of money into this 90’s business venture, which ignored the basic tenets of “location, location, location”.
An outside wall at the local Target store.
The blade of an old bayonet.
A piece of worn leather.
An oatmeal-raisin-walnut Clif Bar. Moments later, the packaging was destroyed.
Eight spools of colorful thread.
The chain hanging off the end of some fingernail clippers.
Concrete barriers on a flood control dam in the city of Albuquerque.