Thursday, August 13, 2009

Coney Island and an envelope from Adelle

Coney Island


Arcade Lights

Last night on my way home from Point Roberts, WA, while on the skytrain I found a stark-white envelope on the ground. In beautiful cursive witting in the appropriate place was the name "Adelle." I picked up the envelope noticing something with weight and bulk on the inside. I opened the envelope expecting teen magazine clippings, hair, stones from the beach, lucky rabbits foot, but instead I find a ziplock bag swimming in barbecue sauce with a half eaten burger inside. I sealed up the envelope and placed it on the seat next to me. Adelle's eyes are bigger than her stomach.

Coney Island

Coney Island

Soda Dogs

It was Coney Island, they called Coney Island the playground of the world.

There was no place like it, in the whole world,
like Coney Island when I was a youngster.

No place in the world like it, and it was so fabulous.
Now it's shrunk down to almost see.

And, uh, I still remember in my mind how things used to be, and...uh, you know, I feel very bad.

But people from all over the world came here...
from all over the was the playground they called it the playground of the world...over here.

Anyways, you see, know...
I even got, when I was very small, I even got lost at Coney Island, but they found me...on the...on the beach.

And we used to sleep on the beach here, sleep overnight..they don't do that anymore.
Things see.

They don't sleep anymore on the beach.

"Sleep" by godspeed you black emperor

more to come.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

out of towner

New York:

I bet everyone has a picture like this.

long long greyhound bus ride


Back Alley Eating

again, as a side note: because I was not able to lay the film flat on the scanner distortions will be readily available. The original film does not have the spoof that the image above has.

Monday, August 10, 2009



Extension Bag

Montreal II

Montreal II

Olympic Lawn Mower

Pink and White House

House Of Mirrors

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Montreal I


Sugar Factory



Toronto III


Paper on chair

Houses On Each Other