The underside of a street lamp near Central & Tramway in Albuquerque.
Irrigation control wheel.
Grommets originally intended for loose-leaf paper.
A model guitar that pretty much sits unnoticed on my bookshelf.
I don’t know if this squeak-toy pig/elephant was designed for pets or children. Either way, it’s kinda creepy.
From a piece of rolling luggage.
Out for a bite to eat.
One of the many “oddities” available for viewing at the tourist trap housing “The Thing” on I-10 in Southern Arizona.
I could have come up with song-related titles all day long … “Hot, Hot, Hot” … “Burning For You” … “The Heat Is On” …
Unfortunately dating myself a bit with this one. :-) Concert tickets used to be printed and distributed to a limited number of local stores for sale to the public. You stood in line. If one location ran out of inventory, you drove to another. And everyone complained about the “outrageous” sixty-cent service charge added to …
Down by the sea shore.
Macro shot of a seventy-year-old penny.
Atop the electric shaver.
I’m thinking this was something my brother purchased in the 80’s. And no doubt due to its incredible magical power, it was hidden away from humanity in the dark recesses of an old closet for decades.
I’m not really sure if the subject’s identity will be obvious or not. :-)
I assume they’re generating electricity. But I really have no idea. :-)
A miracle drug.
Salt! Salt! Salt!
A commissioned work on the west side of Albuquerque, built as a tribute to Sand Hill Crane migration.
I know very little about this sword. My father believes it is from the WWII era. It’s definitely in rough shape.
Continued search for abstract details around the house.
A stack of plastic spoons that have been sitting in the pantry, unused, for many years. :-)
Making use of a laser pointer in a darkened room.
A light bulb (flood lamp) laying on top of an iPad.
Experiments with a hairbrush and dental mirror.
Into the valley.
Historic building located in Corrales, NM. Construction apparently began in 1868, with the towers being added in the 1930’s.
At the heart of my remote control.
Prayer books from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.