posted by Phil Bebbington in photographs, photography, texas, travel | * | 7 comments
Buddhist prayer flags and utility lines.
This one makes me sad in inexplicable ways. It’s as if you captured a very old light now gone.
Cindy, what you said is so perceptive and so beautiful. Signals radiating out to a place far, far away. Kind of what I was thinking about with the flapping plastic pennants and the utility lines and poles.
Yes, Sheila – I guess prayers are needed in the second hand car business.
Cindy, Alice seemed to be full of old light. The whole place seemed to be waiting for the past to return. I feel I have unfinished business there.
we saw signs for alice on our way down to corpus christi last summer. i wanted to stop and see if the town held any similarities to alice australia but the family was dead set against it: what, did i think there would be roos?
Oh, I knew someone who lived in Alice Springs. No. Wait. I knew someone who knew someone who lived in Alice Springs.
How do you write out the sound a man’s mouth makes when he whistles at a passing babe? That’s what came out of me when I saw this photo.