oh, places

you could say i've been around the past couple of weeks.

i wish they came out better. the limitations of this camera are becoming more and more apparent the more i use it. it takes some forethought in order to coax a decent photo out of it. it's a good thing the bad shots can be so charming, i guess.

here's Experimental Aircraft with Upper East Side:


catching up

i've been m.i.a. recently. i could give a million excuses, but the facts are i don't carry my camera around with me as much as i need to and i have homework and i have books to read and i have parties to attend and i have bills to pay and i have food to eat and i have band practice to go to and...

here's Weekend with the song Youth Haunts:



here's a couple before i head out for the night.

they were both taken on campus. obviously.

here's Pontiak with Honey:


i suck

this camera is simple; brutally simple, even. here's a gag reel of sorts.

too dark:

way too dark:

horribly out of focus:

3 wasted shots. UGHHHHHHHHHH.

here's the Radio Dept. with Your Father:


a little buk

it was just a little while ago

almost dawn
blackbirds on the telephone wire
as I eat yesterday's
forgotten sandwich
at 6 a.m.
on a quiet Sunday morning.

one shoe in the corner
standing upright
the other laying on it's

yes, some lives were made to be

welp. that about says it all.

here's Bill Evans playing My Foolish Heart:


last night was fun. me and the guys made some punch, invited some people over, and headbanged to Grim Reaper all night long.

here's a song from Grim Reaper called Rock You to Hell:


broke and tired

i've had some technical difficulties with my camera, but all is well. somehow the mechanism that feeds the photo up and through the top side of the camera jammed, breaking some fragile inner bits in the process. the good ol' folks at Mel Pierce Camera & Digital have decided to help me swap out my busted junk for a new one, though. anywho, here's a photo:

i spotted this gnarly guy out near my usual walking path. it looked so lonesome and weary just sitting there with it's neck curled up and under itself.

just a farther was this lonely, lonely bridge.

and then this happened. looks like some light crept in and spoiled my photo. or did it?

here's a song from Tamaryn called Dawning: