time to unkink the blog hose for all my internet bros lol

 straight on is always better or is it? That charcoal stained white brick sure does lend itself to middle grey averaging. Glory!

 As does wet weathered wood
 why? The bench surface was poured concrete with those three tubes in negative in the interior. Like room for conduit or whatever.

I like to read wikipedia-- who knows if it's all true or not. Kind of besides the point. But anyhow I learned one day that I was not three hours from the birthplace of John Coltrane, the town, Hamlet (allegedly) is like due south of my address and one of my favorite things is to drive to little towns by the scenic route and try to creep out the locals with my equipment and wardrobe and sneak photos and beers, the former by the dozens and the latter by the few, especially when solo. Best to stay under .08 which I try to stay pretty strict about. It was a rainy day and the town smelled like diesel (it's a railroad switching town or something of the sort), which I may have relayed in a past post. But I took a few pictures. Didn't see the saxophone statue but JC kind of booked it ASAP out of town with the Navy I think it was (again, allegedly) and maybe didn't send any love back, like ever. So maybe they're salty, or maybe they aren't aware, or maybe I just missed it. But I think I consider him one of the best to ever do it (it in this case being American art of any stripe) so it was cool to go pay my respects, however disrespectfully.
Just got 13 rolls back from the lab (Citizens in Portland mail order) and only like half of them appear damaged so points to Citizens? I should have been a welder or something.
Hope everyone's cool!

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