He has gorgeous eyes…. And I want that bowtie!
He does have gorgeous eyes :) amongst other things… and the bow tie was handmade by him. He is quite talented!
Verdigris on Flickr.
This is the other shot of the mossy bridge at Whatcom State Park in Bellingham, WA. What a wonderful place… the water, the coolness, the life abounding… everywhere! Soon, I hope to ditch the Mojave Desert life and get back to where I grew up.
Bridge Ferns on Flickr.
This is an old shot I decided to play around with. It was a bridge in Whatcom Falls Park… which by the way, is an AMAZING park… so gorgeous! I have another of the bridge it self I’ll upload in a bit. I truly miss ferns, verdigris, and life determined to live on every square inch of man’s creations. Such is Western Washington!
Moustachioed Boy on Flickr.
Was wandering around the shops at the Palazzo/Venetian this morning when I noticed this very young yet mature looking mannequin. I got the feeling the mannequin was going to hit up Joe’s Stop and Shop and try to get away with a 6-pack of cheap, nasty beer. BTW, the store sold clothing, and was having a “sale” in which you could get two t-shirts for $30… oh lordy… that’s a bargain?
Thanks man! Weeeeeeeeeeeee!
Taylor, the amazing photographer at mycreativevoid sent me a message letting me know I had a photo selected for the Tumblr Radar… I’m still floating on air. Thanks Radar Gods! And thanks LuxLit for posting my photo!
Now if I wasn’t on a diet, I’d knock back a couple of frosty ones in celebration… I guess I’ll settle with Crystal Light! lol
Wall o’ Beer on Flickr.
Barney’s dream wall… This is a wall of kegs at Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant at Caesar’s Palace. The man (Ramsay… not Barney… sheesh!) is an arrogant jerk, but his restaurant looked pretty sweet.
David at the Mall on Flickr.
Ran into good ol’ David at the Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. He definitely looked like he needed to hit Abercombie and Fitch. I wonder if David fits the image of the perfect A&F shopper? The statue of David is a replica of the version in Florence, Italy but located in the Caesar’s Palace extravagant shopping mall. Definitely want to bring your American Express Centurion card when shopping here…
Shattered on Flickr.
You’ve got to love the old fashioned windshields… woe to the driver who hits a bird on the highway. This is another shot from the Techatticup Mining Camp in Nelson, NV. The structure in the background is some sort of mining apparatus.
Empty in the Light on Flickr.
Just a bottle sitting there looking pretty… or at least I thought so lol. It’s at the same place… the Techatticup Mining Camp in Nelson, NV. Originally in color, black & white via the magic of Photoshop!
Heirloominosity on Flickr.
An older lamp on a very weathered chest of drawers in a barn at the Techatticup Mining Camp in Nelson, NV. I’m going to have make it back to this place either early, early in the morning, or late in the afternoon to get some more unique lighting.
Shawn’s ‘S’ on Flickr.
Shawn found his letter and was proud to show it off at the Techatticup Mining Camp in Nelson, NV. He was also in love with unique architecture of the barn… gotta say I liked it too :p
Soccer Boys on Flickr.
Made it out to Nelson, NV today to look at a ghost town/junkyard in the southeastern section of the Nevada desert. The town of Nelson apparently was a bustling gold mining town (Techatticup Mining Camp). Also it was a place for ne’er-do-wells to hang out and avoid the law [www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/7168]. Here are some Foosball boys lined up into the afternoon sun. I think they’ve seen their better years….
Frayed Tire on Flickr.
Made it out to Nelson, NV today to look at a ghost town/junkyard in the southeastern section of the Nevada desert. The town of Nelson apparently was a bustling gold mining town (Techatticup Mining Camp). Also it was a place for ne’er-do-wells to hang out and avoid the law [www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/7168]. Anyway, this is a very frayed tire on a very old bus… I looked rather odd laying down with my head practically in the rim…
Great balls of fire! on Flickr.
Taken at the the most recent First Friday Festival in Las Vegas, NV. Stood by this metallic, moveable, 15 foot high monster Praying Mantis that shot fire out of its feelers. I could never seem to time the flaming with the photo taking… probably because the mantis was located next a to a three person boy band that was, frankly, horrible.The pain of the music made me miss the shots… I swear!