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Moonrise! New camera, zoom lens. No tripod needed. 

Moonrise! New camera, zoom lens. No tripod needed. 

 This image of a mining era outhouse, much like the structure itself, isn’t very interesting. What I find so curious is that this is one of several examples I’ve seen of outhouse’s still standing while houses and other buildings in the vicinity have since collapsed and begun to decompose. There has got to be a joke in there somewhere. Anyone got a good joke or idea why this would be? 

 This image of a mining era outhouse, much like the structure itself, isn’t very interesting. What I find so curious is that this is one of several examples I’ve seen of outhouse’s still standing while houses and other buildings in the vicinity have since collapsed and begun to decompose. There has got to be a joke in there somewhere. Anyone got a good joke or idea why this would be? 

I enjoy living in a town with access to so much of its recent history, and being able to hike to to old mines and remains gives an average albeit beautiful hike that much more to marvel at. That said, there is a lot of waste with no aesthetic or meaningful value left to rust, in this case along and in the local streams. I’d freely volunteer to help clean it up if there such a movement, I couldn’t do it alone as much of this metal is quite heavy. In the meantime I will continue to document the remains in the area: the big, beautiful, the trash and treasure.

I enjoy living in a town with access to so much of its recent history, and being able to hike to to old mines and remains gives an average albeit beautiful hike that much more to marvel at. That said, there is a lot of waste with no aesthetic or meaningful value left to rust, in this case along and in the local streams. I’d freely volunteer to help clean it up if there such a movement, I couldn’t do it alone as much of this metal is quite heavy. In the meantime I will continue to document the remains in the area: the big, beautiful, the trash and treasure.

I’ve been so busy I hadn’t had a chance to look at the photos I took for a wedding in Cabo. Super lavish, super destination-y. 

Today I saw a man jump out of a plane, and fly! Thanks MountainFILM. 

Pink and purples and Mexican kitsch. San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. May 2014. 

Colorful street vendor stall specializing in tapestry and little girl dresses. San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. May 2014

Colorful street vendor stall specializing in tapestry and little girl dresses. San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. May 2014

Shot some headshots today. This kid, his eyes. Are you kidding me? 

Shot some headshots today. This kid, his eyes. Are you kidding me? 

They call it Newspaper Rock. 

They call it Newspaper Rock. 

Cowboy country. Colorado, 2014. 

Moonrise! New camera, zoom lens. No tripod needed. 

Moonrise! New camera, zoom lens. No tripod needed. 

 This image of a mining era outhouse, much like the structure itself, isn’t very interesting. What I find so curious is that this is one of several examples I’ve seen of outhouse’s still standing while houses and other buildings in the vicinity have since collapsed and begun to decompose. There has got to be a joke in there somewhere. Anyone got a good joke or idea why this would be? 

 This image of a mining era outhouse, much like the structure itself, isn’t very interesting. What I find so curious is that this is one of several examples I’ve seen of outhouse’s still standing while houses and other buildings in the vicinity have since collapsed and begun to decompose. There has got to be a joke in there somewhere. Anyone got a good joke or idea why this would be? 

I enjoy living in a town with access to so much of its recent history, and being able to hike to to old mines and remains gives an average albeit beautiful hike that much more to marvel at. That said, there is a lot of waste with no aesthetic or meaningful value left to rust, in this case along and in the local streams. I’d freely volunteer to help clean it up if there such a movement, I couldn’t do it alone as much of this metal is quite heavy. In the meantime I will continue to document the remains in the area: the big, beautiful, the trash and treasure.

I enjoy living in a town with access to so much of its recent history, and being able to hike to to old mines and remains gives an average albeit beautiful hike that much more to marvel at. That said, there is a lot of waste with no aesthetic or meaningful value left to rust, in this case along and in the local streams. I’d freely volunteer to help clean it up if there such a movement, I couldn’t do it alone as much of this metal is quite heavy. In the meantime I will continue to document the remains in the area: the big, beautiful, the trash and treasure.

I’ve been so busy I hadn’t had a chance to look at the photos I took for a wedding in Cabo. Super lavish, super destination-y. 

Today I saw a man jump out of a plane, and fly! Thanks MountainFILM. 

Pink and purples and Mexican kitsch. San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. May 2014. 

Colorful street vendor stall specializing in tapestry and little girl dresses. San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. May 2014

Colorful street vendor stall specializing in tapestry and little girl dresses. San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. May 2014

Shot some headshots today. This kid, his eyes. Are you kidding me? 

Shot some headshots today. This kid, his eyes. Are you kidding me? 

They call it Newspaper Rock. 

They call it Newspaper Rock. 

Cowboy country. Colorado, 2014. 

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