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10 July 2006 @ 10:02 am
calculating fudge distribution  
I present to you "Stuff I Found in Indiana!"

Featuring BUGS!
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FLOWERS!
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STRANGE METAL SCULPTURES!
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OLD HOUSE PARTS!
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And a DINKY TRAIN STATION!
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Did you know that in order to take Annestyle photographs, all you have to do is zoom in so far you can't tell what the hell you're looking at?

I like the bug ones and perhaps indiana09.jpg, but the rest are rather dull. With the exception of the random shiny metal sculpture, the architectural details from the 1887 "Tippecanoe" Studebaker mansion, and a most singularly dinky train station, everything can probably be found outside the Hoosierland. Flowers are like that, and insects certainly don't stay put. I bet I could take pictures for flower bulb catalogues. Some dude attempted to sell me developing equipment, but where the hell would I put it?

I must go to work. I may write up the course of this weekend's events at a later date, or I may not. An outdoor wedding in shadeless July? It's a test of everyone's love and patience! As far as trains go, I have decided that the crazy singing Spanish ladies weren't so bad, for at least they were good-natured.
 
 
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Dustin, Hrair-roo: badtz - happy thoughtsyuushi on July 10th, 2006 08:14 pm (UTC)
dunno what it is, but I like pics of bugs and such . . . especially spiders!
One Who Wanders: gakabiona on July 12th, 2006 12:56 am (UTC)
Like this one? (The date on that one is Oct. 2003, so that spider is so dead by now.)

I do have a couple of a Hoosier arachnid, but I'm not too big a fan of how they turned out. Maybe next time!
proctorsilexproctorsilex on July 11th, 2006 12:18 am (UTC)
i love unused parts of train stations, especially entirely unused ones.
i used to explore train tracks and stations in high school and, mostly, college.
it is amazing how pennsylvania had once been a hub of american industry.
One Who Wanders: hate to admit itabiona on July 12th, 2006 12:58 am (UTC)
That dinky train station has seen better days. Currently, only Amtrak runs to it (as it runs on freight lines ... it used to be an industrial area), but it also used to be home to a local service that went to Chicago. As the factories closed and blight moved in, the middle class and the wealthy no longer felt comfortable boarding there, and so they moved it to the airport. Amtrak, having no choice, has to stay put.

... it's still a really damn dinky train station, though.