Inside is a gift shop, cheese store, restaurant and bar... everything is wood paneled and 70s and awesome. The state dept of transportation was pressuring the county to have the sign removed as it was going to be in the way of I-94 expansion but the State legislature voted it on as a landmark thereby saving it.
Score one for historical and aesthetic integrity!
Hey look! Another Train.
I liked this blue, I didn't notice the little girl waving until I took it come and cropped it.
I guess I have a thing for trains.
Thanks for the compliments... eventually I plan to make a website featuring only my best shots.
my dad's new dog Petey
Easter Egg Hunt, etc with the nephews on Friday:
"Hey Holmes, what set choo claimin'?"
Art/Rock show I was in on Friday night. 11 artists, 4 bands:
one man band, J.Marinelli:
Spouse, from Massachusetts
can someone explain the appeal of the Holga to me? I don't know if it is because I was a kid in the 70's and all the photos looked like that and was happy to see processing and cameras get better... but all I see on all the Holga sites are basically junky pictures that have some defect in them that makes them now artistic. It's kinda like... "I can't compose a picture... but I will shoot photos that would normally be boring and hope that something fucked up happens when using this cheap camera I will call it cool."
my two cents...