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.
Tom! You hit me right where I live! That last image is pure magic. Wait, they're all wonderful.
Thanks, Bud--the power plant was full of interesting things to shoot, and I only wish we would have had more time. I need to go back when lighting conditions are more favorable.
These are wonderful!
In the last photo, that thingie smack in the middle reminds me of an eye. Perhaps the intelligence we imagine in machines-to-come is already among us. :-)The colors in many of the photos remind me of New Mexico -- the soft gray-blues and vaguely copper and adobe. They're beautiful studies.
We'll swing by next May and bring strobes! I'd bring some of this year's Hatch chiles, but I don't have the willpower to keep from eating them.
Don't worry about the chiles--we're buying 40 pounds this week to add to our stock of 40 or so pounds in the freezer. Can't wait to see you again!
By golly, Linda, that does look like an eye staring back. You always have a fine eye for detail--pun intended.
Loved all your photos of the power plant, Tom...all the rust and untold stories. Thanks so much for sharing these.
Thanks for looking at them, Carol.
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