A photo a week...for a year. Fifty-two weeks; 52 images, minimum.
This past week was a good one; I was able to get out and shoot on two different occasions. I'll leave it to you to decide whether it was worth it or not.
Sunday, May 1
The broad side of a weathered barn, just outside of Carnation, WA.
A weathered door on the side of a vintage building in Carnation, WA leads to the overgrown garden area.
Saturday, May 7
Bread of Life
I was in Seattle's Pioneer Square area, and turned down a back alley to see what "gritty" images I could find. I was about half-way down the alley when I heard a loud voice behind me. Turning, I saw what I took to be a "street person" approaching me. I said, "What was that?" He said, "Take my picture!" Well sure, I thought, why not? His name was Douglas and he was up from Mississippi, having fled that area after the recent tornadoes had gone through. I gave him a few dollars.
Rebirth of the Cold