Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
The treatment/light on the hanging basket is outstanding. (never would have guessed you were a dangley earring kind of guy . . . diamond studs, sure, but never dangles)
Windows and doors pull us in like magnets.
Kim -- It's part of my "going rouge" strategy. Very chic with my Armani purse and pumps.
Ah! - well, when you elaborate on the other accessories, it all makes perfect sense.
I like all your junk car photos, especially the ones with chrome words on rusty backgrounds. Those cars are really old and really junkers, aren't they? Are the cars all parked together somewhere? Nice work, Tom.
Carol -- I found the motherload of vehicle graveyards on the edge of Washington (with much more to explore), plus several smaller lots around our town, usually set back in woods on abandoned farms. I agree, the bright silver highlighted against rust and weathered paint really presents a contrast of color and texture. More to come.
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