So yesterday Jill was on facebook and was all like "I gotta go get pictures of these floods!" so I was all, "well if you're downtown stop on by." and then she's all, "do you want to go?" and I'm all "yeah!" and then we were all, okay, I'm done with that. We had a photography adventure and it was great.
Unlike the very talented Jill, I'm not a photographer. I like taking pictures and everything, but mostly I just see odd things and take their picture. I don't know anything about cameras or what makes a good composition. That's Jill's job. I was along for the adventure.
This is destruction log.
There's Jill not trespassing or breaking any rules at all. I don't know what kind of girl you take her for that you think she'd see a rule and just break it. How dare you!
I'll let you in on a little secret that's not at all a secret. I was taking this and I was thinking, "look how artsy and fancy I am!" My internal dialogue would horrify people. I'm ridiculous.
Found more flood!
This is some determined grass I spotted.
Flood and sunset.
This is when things got weird. There were these people standing in the parking lot of an abandoned hotel conducting an interview. We drove by and they didn't even look at us! They just kept on with this weird interview. The conclusion we came to on facebook:
I tried to will the door open by whispering to it to be unlocked. It wasn't.
You can see the paint falling off the ceiling in a big layer.
I am obsessed with abandoned places. Every time I see one along the road I just want to go inside sooo badly! Let me go inside!
And here is a photograph of a garbage bag sneaking into the window of another hotel room. What a pervert!
Thanks for the photo adventure, Jill! I had a blast!