This page needs a little color, so I'll show you some horizontal slices of photos that were otherwise without any redeeming qualities. That cropping tool certainly comes in handy.
These mailboxes sit at the end of my driveway:
Here's where I get on the interstate each afternoon to drive home from work:
And here's what I see from the exit ramp:
The road I take to work in the morning is a more rural one. This little cluster of buildings isn't too impressive close up, but I like the way it sits amid the lines of the surrounding scenery.
A helpful gust of wind held this flag out almost straight:
These beasts of burden live in a field inside the city limits, right next to a middle school:
This photo of an unkempt vacant lot proves what a difference the right light can make:
I set the camera directly on the patio to take a picture of this clover patch at the edge of it:
The reason these photo fragments were rescued? There's a slim chance I might someday switch to a blog template with a banner across the top. In other words, it's that packrat thing again.