Fear the Staplergator!!
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Sunday, November 14, 2010
A bare tree in the old Hecla Cemetery in Laurium. The cemetery has long been abandoned, and this tree stands stark against the sky with old graves beneath it. Sarah and I made it there while geocaching, looking for a cache located under an old tree. Turns out we had the wrong coordinates, but we found this excellent tree instead!
A huge old tree on the Michigan Tech campus. It's referred to by many as the "Big Oak", except that... it's not an oak! I'm not actually sure what it is. Whatever it is, it's the only tree for miles which still has leaves.
The shadows of a bare tree in late fall sunlight.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
The Rozsa Center, the MTU performing arts stage, as I passed it early in the morning.
The Troupe, my old improv group, as they prepared for an intense weekend workshop.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
A puddle of water, in an old trench at the Toltec Mine. The Toltec was a bit of a flash in the pan -- it went all-out for a few years, and then just dried up. Its remains are primarily shafts, pits, and trenches left scarring the landscape.
More windows into the sky, this time on an old railroad bed.
Monday, November 1, 2010
From day 300 (wow! only 65 more to go) -- a hammer, sickle, and leaf?
I took this shot on (surprise!) a basketball court, just outside where Sarah lives. It was a wet day, but the textures and shapes showed up well.
Here, from my own house -- textures and cracks on a window frame.