I was working at a Red Cross shelter set up to aid victims of an apartment fire. These guys lost everything, so we were taking donations of clothing. In one bag of clothes, I found the attached note.
I found in a foreclosed home. There was a envelope that had several double exposures in it. I love how it looks like the cat is watching him bowl
Today, I discovered a note that was meant for some girl named Yvette in my bottom desk drawer. I estimate that I originally found it 6 to 8 years ago at my old high school. The note’s author cleverly censored her own name in case it fell into the wrong hands.
The bag. The sunglasses. The bandanna. The Man.
I found this while walking my kids to elementary school. It was folded up and on the ground near the bus stop for the high school students.
They don’t allow cell phone use during school hours at most campuses in Austin, so if you have to text.
I found this on a piece of scratch paper in the math lab at my school.
He looks very content with where he is in life right now; it’s wonderful to see that. I also love that every thing seems to be one shade of blue or another… his shirt, pants, the water, his hat, the sky.
Found at the Lavaca St. Bar in downtown Austin near midnight on July 4th, 2009. The bar has a photo booth where patrons can get in and take silly photos, this was sitting on a table next to the photo booth.
I found this letter hiking on top of a small mountain in central Texas. It was sitting under a small pile on pebbles.