Based on an earlier post, I was asked if I had any more shots of New York Mets farmhand Ambiorix Concepcion to include on this site. I finally got around to checking my files and pulled these last images.
In the 18th Century, Alexander Hamilton chose Paterson, New Jersey, to further his vision of an industrialized America. Today, the falls still flow over the 77-foot cliff and the stately plant building still rests nestled in the gorge.
"Meat technology, Cocoa Village, Florida," February 2006
OK, so maybe it's not meat, but there's some sort of technology involved in taking a bacon-tasting slab of something and not only making it (marginally) edible, but unnaturally durable. Come to think of it, it's probably more technological than it is natural.
The windows must have been a tantalizing tease. Out beyond them was the blue San Francisco Bay. When the fog rolled in, it might have been a blessing. Outside those windows was nothing but a depthless gray, no blue water, no hills of Frisco to remind those inside what they were missing. The fog could turn the sparkling world beyond the bars into black and white.