Posts tagged jon goodman
Jon Goodman spotted this blast from the past at the old Porter & Lau building on the corner of 3rd Ave. and Marion St.:
Thought this was interesting. Checking out the Porter & Lau closeout and saw this old labeling machine with their logo on the tags.
It is definitely interesting. And check out that old school phone number — RO 9-2194. Trippy. Thanks, Jon!
Guest photographer Jon Goodman spotted this bit of automotive awesomeness:
Saw this beautiful hood ornament on a 50′s era Buick across from Cascade Pro Auto. They really don’t make cool stuff like this anymore.
No, they sure don’t, and it’s a shame. Thanks, Jon!
Guest photographer Jon Goodman was worried I was tired of photos of the recent hoar frost. As if. This photo is gorgeous, so I didn’t not hesitate to post it. There are two more I will be posting in the next few days, as well.
This was taken at an old pioneer cemetery off Anderson Rd., near Sublimity. Thanks, Jon!
Guest photographer Jon Goodman writes about today’s photo, “I have no idea what this is but it was pretty and lichen-y and sogg-y.” I’d say that’s a pretty good summary of a pretty picture. Thanks, Jon!
Guest photographer Jon Goodman is worried:
I am always unnerved when I look out and see my customers car with the driving dog in it. It is so calm and just looks like it’s ready to drive as soon as his owner gets back.
While I understand the concern, Jon, I really wouldn’t worry about it. The dalmatian seems to have a pretty good view over the dash, and there are glasses if it has any trouble seeing. Just pop the seat belt on, and it should be good to go.
The weather outside has been… well, really wet. We had a wee bit of snow on some rooftops, but that’s about it. So no snow photos today. Instead, we have another lovely guest photographer photo from Jon Goodman. He sent it to me a couple of weeks ago, and it’s a nice reminder of what the sky can look like on nicer days. Thanks, Jon.
This absolutely gorgeous photo was sent to me by guest photographer Jon Goodman a couple of weeks ago, but in all the Christmas and tornado happenings, I neglected to post it. Which makes me sad, because it’s so good. I’m sorry. Jon’s description:
Saw this on Hwy 22 this morning. The sun was diffused by the fog and looked pretty cool. Actually, much cooler than this, in the 30 seconds it took me to pull over and get my camera out, the scene changed but that’s the problem with shooting a sunrise. Each second that passes is a different photo.
I’d say it looks darned near perfect. Thanks, Jon.
In other news…
As of last night (which is when I wrote this), the weather folks said we might have snow today. So if we do and you have a camera handy, take pictures! And then send them to me! And then I just might post your photo(s) here, provided I don’t forget! Yay!