I don’t know which of the following photos I liked better, so I’ll post them both.
Fenway Park, Boston, MA, Sox-Angels, Aug. 20, 2014
The house that Ted built. My first trip to Fenway Park. Saw the Red Sox blow a 3-0 lead and lose to the Angels 8-3. Ortiz went 4-for-4, though.
Iowa is not as flat or as boring as I thought it would be. Also, they get more than a quarter of their electricity from windmills. There you go, Iowa!
I spotted this character lurking along I-90 outside of Lincoln, Neb. I don’t think that fence is gonna hold him.
Now the fun begins. And by fun, I mean driving nine hundred miles a day. The landscape is stark, beautiful, and empty. I have no idea where I took this. Idaho, maybe.
I can say that no one lives in Wyoming.
Sahalie Falls, McKenzie River Valley, Linn County, Ore., possibly for the last time.
Somehow my iPhone’s camera began defaulting to Instagram-style filtering during my Bay Area trip. I don’t think I like it, but it’s realistic, at least. Something about the light in California. The entire state from north to south looks like it was shot on a Polaroid.
B-17 flying over Sunnyvale, Calif. Unless Apple was throwing up heavy flak, he probably got to where he was going.