Sunday, January 18, 2009

grey skys, and open eyes

More time to kill time, so time for another post. These are from that same roll of black and white as the last post. These two were taken when I walked to get a burrito one day. I don't know why, but I really like the fact that, that sign is crooked. Makes me feel good inside whenever is see it. The reflection shot turned out cooler than I thought it would. I've done some reflection stuff before with a digital camera, but this is the first time I've gotten that look with film. Turned out not to be that hard, so you'll probably see more pictures like that at some point if you follow this blog. Do people follow this? That would be weird. I need to go eat some food.

Listening to: Mass Grave - Man's Creation

Friday, January 16, 2009

My neck is gonna be sore tomorrow.

Today was full of good stuff. I tried a new hot dog place called Wayne's that turned out to have amazing vegan sausages. I got a roll of black and white film developed today and got back some cool pictures. When I had the roll in the camera I thought it was a color roll. I also played a show with Cower, and Comadre. If you haven't checked out those bands you should, they're both fucking awesome. Here's the first pictures from on the roll. They're back from the blizzard. Remember all that snow? That was annoying.

Listening to: Minsk - Ember

needing something to do

it's almost 3 am. I got out of work a little early but I'm not tired enough to go to sleep. I figured I'd post something on here to keep me busy for a little bit. Anyways I probably should've posted this picture along with the last post. I don't know why I didn't. This is looking west on 91st and Ash. You can see the fire hydrant, and that little dandelion was just a little left from that.

Listening to: Minsk - "Ceremony Ek Stasis"

Friday, January 9, 2009

Reppin the hood

My neighborhood is cool. It's got a solid vibe and so far almost everybody has been real nice, except for two run ins with the crazy lady across the street, and what I'm assuming is her husband. These are a few shots from November I think. Maybe October. I don't know, it doesn't really matter I guess. These are from just up the street on the corner. I think it's lame that the tree's branches were cut for the power lines, but it still looks pretty cool. You can't see it from the pictures but that tree also has a pretty rad little fort in it.

Listening to: Iron & Wine - Burn That Broken Bed