an old micro ampmeter I rescued from the garbage. I’m not sure why – there’s something awesome about the wooden box, the clasp, the old knobs and dials. It’s apparently from 1966, and has been well used, but looks like it would work if given a little love.
2010/03/18: Find something that’s so old it’s almost timeless and make a photograph of it. #ds123
a sunlit handprint marks the frost on Christopher’s memorial bench.
2010/03/04: Striped patterns have a natural pattern that catches the eye. Find some stripes today and make a photo. #ds109
one of the offleash area markers along the bowmont pathway system. well weathered wooden posts.
2010/03/03: Weathered objects have a lot of character: cracked, rusted, bleached, etc. Give us your best weathered shot today. #ds108
I took a walk across campus to check out the new Hotel Alma, now receiving the finishing touches.
a chilly morning, with a fresh layer of frost on nearly everything. the bright blue sky is a good sign of things to come, though.
my dad’s old west german manual coffee grinder. it’s slower than the el cheapo electric we have, and just as loud, but more fun to use.
standing strong on its own, but so much stronger through its connections to the others.
I never knew Christopher John Gabriel Pfoh, but his family and friends miss him. They donated a memorial bench along the Bowmont pathway, and this week marks the second anniversary of his passing.
I often stop at this bench to rest briefly – it’s the first bench after I get to the Bowmont pathway. I never stop for long, but have often wondered about Christopher.
Christopher John Gabriel Pfoh
March 21, 1989 – July 20, 2006
“Yo, don’t worry about it, just come and sit.”
“I’m not gone, my journey’s just begun.”
Love you Sweetheart, Love you Brother Chrissy.
Lovingly donated by Family & Friends