a touch of the old monochrome

I've drifted away from vivid colours with my Fuji X100s back to black and white. Colour should have a particular purpose in a photo, and if you can't think of a good reason to have a colour image, you should probably stick to monochrome. That's my completely unfounded opinion and I'll stick to it until I change my mind somewhere down the road.

Incomprehensible shapes at the downtown plaza.

I went to high school with this guy and he had a disproportionately small head. Or maybe a disproportionately large body? He was fifteen at the time, so my memories of him are frozen at that awkward age. Anwyay, the long hair evens him out.

Changing the bulbs at Earls Restaurant.

Randall does the books of the Strandline Curatorial Collective, of which I am a member and completely hapless treasurer. Onion is watching out for any funny business/food.