I love me an alley in the daylight. Here are some discarded flowers to add to that alley sense.
Blackberries getting their close-up.
There are still a goodly amount of unpaved streets in Portland. Will that ever get fixed?
Greenery and laundry.
For a long time there were skinny houses being built everywhere. Now? Tall apartment complexes.
Across the street from the soon-to-be tall apartment complex, we find the typical mid-century apartment complex.
I wonder if Karen and Simone love each other? Or maybe Karen or Simone’s significant others were into a sort of one-up thing?
I’ve always wondered what’s up with this business on Interstate. Not enough to do any research, though.
I stared at this for a long time before I figured out that it was broken glass with cardboard blocking the hole. It sort of looked like the mirror surface had peeled off the window.
Because I’m a child of the 80s, my first thought upon seeing this poster was, “Corey Haim?”
I’ve noticed this punk look a lot this summer. Shaved for a mohawk, brightly colored, not in stand-up mohawk form.
2 thoughts on “Thursday walk to work. sneaky edition.”
Perhaps when people with the punk look want a "pony tail day" they go for the unstyled relaxed look. That beetle is rather interesting (in an I'm glad to look at a photo of it but not see it in my house/path) sort of way!
I'm not overly fond of squirrels so the thought of putting a feeder out for them sort of blows my mind. Like, these people want to encourage squirrels to get closer to their house? Why? Haha.
I thought HAIM was all boy singers until I saw a picture and realized that they're all girls (and I too will forever associate that name with one of the "Coreys").