Tuesday, April 07, 2009

That's a Big Bat

Not feeling too loquacious today, but it's been a while since I've posted, so I thought I'd put up a few pictures.


Near Pecos, Texas.




New Orleans, Louisiana.




New Orleans, Louisiana.



Though I had a great time in New Orleans, I didn't get many good pictures, perhaps in part because one of my cameras broke. By which of course I mean that I took it apart and couldn't get it back together correctly.


Trust me, there were perfectly good reasons for taking it apart, it all made sense at the time.


Entering Hot Coffee, Mississippi. There wasn't much to it. In fact, there wasn't even a cafe. Doesn't that just seem wrong?




Near Bardstown, Kentucky.




The Louisville Slugger factory in Louisville, Kentucky.



The factory generates up to 25 tons of sawdust a week, which is trucked into Indiana and used as bedding at a large turkey farm. Really.

8 comments:

  1. I love the picture of the barn, but I'm a sucker for pictures involving cool looking clouds.

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  2. Thanks DT! That's my favorite of the bunch too. I love taking pictures of cool looking clouds. It always feels a bit like cheating - it's just automatically a good picture.

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  3. Glad you like them. :-) Those are Thadra's shoes of course.

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  4. I love the pic with the barn, would look good in black and white, I think. :P Anyway, I've been to the Louisville Slugger museum before, it's really interesting, did you go in? When we went, they gave us little tiny baseball bats. XD

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  5. Thanks Ali, glad you like the picture. I tried it in B&W, but liked it better in color. :-) I did indeed go in to the Louisville Slugger museum, and yes, they gave me a little bat. I don't know what I'm going to do with it, it's kicking around in the trunk of my car. Do you need another?

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  6. *gasp* Louisville!!

    That's all I have to say, really. The rest hangs silently in the air like songs we hum when no one's listening...

    S.J.R.

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  7. I definitely have a new appreciation for Louisville.

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