Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Back on Track

Okay, finally, back to some aesthetically pleasing photos. Hopefully no more grainy cell-phone shots, as I'm not trying to make a habit out of that. On to the pictures:

The Solo Artist in 1999.
"In memory of
Irving "Fishbones" Stevens
One of New England's best known
oldtime hoboes who died today
at the age of 88."

Bunky.... and I can't see the year... and I've never seen another.

You're speaking to the choir.

LaZ from September of 1995. I can't tell you the number of times this exact grain car has rolled by me when I didn't have the camera on me, but I finally got it.

RailDog from November of 1999. But do you see who is right next to RailDog?

It's Palm Tree Herby! I'm very excited about any Herby I see, but this is the first true Herby I've posted up here. The date looks to be April 6th, 1980. RIP brother.

Well, big changes coming soon, and I'm already hard at work on that. Well, not really hard at work because that's not my style, but you'll see soon what's going on in the future.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Out on an Adventure

Here's some bad images from a little adventure I went on to Davenport and the rest of the Quad Cities. I couldn't take a real-deal camera along, so here's what you get. I'm sorry in advance for the image quality, heh:

JP Colossus, one of my favorite Colossus clones. I see these a lot on IAIS gondolas, just have never managed to catch one on film.

The Emperor of the North, the world's best hobo.

Delta Blue Jeans. I had never seen this one before, and when I did, I saw two in a row.

Unholy ONS.

The Ribcage, and ONS again.

The Bellevue Sun? From 1995.

My whip of choice, PENX 3224.

Hopefully now I can return you to your regularly scheduled program.