Starting in early August, I will be posting some thoughts on Bernardo Atxaga’s Obabakoak. It is considered to be his best book and I can’t wait to dig into it. So go out and buy a copy (or go to your library or steal your best friend’s copy–just get your hands on the book).
Here is a series of photos from our trip to Idaho City. It’s an old mining town that has become somewhat of a tourist destination. I loved what I saw. The colors and tones produced by the wood, brick, and rusted metals are only found in the American West.
The high-desert of Idaho and sky should be computer wallpaper. So pretty.
I love what happens to wood over time–orange, grey, blue, black.
Oxidation creates amazing colors.
“The Canisters Three”
Reminds me of San Francisco
One bad boy
Agua, Ura, H2O, Water
The wheels on the bus go….
Just Look at that green
This is a shower bucket, but I found its face.
I grew up playing hockey.