One of the most surreal/eerie places to visit is a ghost town in the already ghost-like region of West Texas.
One of our stops along the drive out west was at a small ranch outside of Houston, TX, home to the parents of a wonderful friend of ours. I was delighted to have a moment free from socializing to take a few photos, although unfortunately most of the shots didn’t come out – my camera (or lens, I suppose) is having some focusing problems, and can’t seem to get all the way focused most of the time. This is unfortunate, as all of the photos I took on the trip (aside from Instagram) were with this 35mm camera. Bummer.
Following the move and resulting housing and job searches, this blog has been poorly neglected. Hopefully that will change very soon, as housing prospects seem positive and we can soon settle down.
One thing we’ve been doing quite a bit lately is enjoying the delicious produce that LA has to offer; weekday farmers’ markets have kept our fridge stocked:
Recently I embarked (and completed, for that matter) a 2 week journey through America, from the salty seas of the East Coast to those of the West. Below are the Instagram (@julieskarwecki) photos of that voyage, in no particular order and with no explanation.