PBW: Windows Upgrade
Behind that last old window there's a shade. Beyond the shade you'd find a yellow curtain, two dress shirts, and a jacket. Beyond that, lies a radiator with stacks of clean laundry, because my bureau drawers are full and the ones that aren't are blocked by stacks of DVDs. Somewhere in there is a very nasty looking, and very fast black spider with white markings. The first time I tried to kill it I missed. The second time, I was certain it was crushed, yet it ran and fell into darkness once I lifted the tissue covering it, and I haven't been able to find it since. It's going to be very hard to sleep in here until I find a body, a living adversary to kill for good, or forget about the encounter. I digress. Beyond all of that is my room, where magic like this happens. On a more pleasant note, my mom was fairly proud of these flowers growing in front of our house and its windows:
Those last two shots were windows in some random office building, certainly not one in which I've ever called a cubicle my own. Hey, look what Otis etched inside an elevator:
I'm going to close with a squirrel eating melon seeds over a concrete planter in our driveway, the sight that greeted me through my windshield as I arrived home on Tuesday night. And I'm going to try really hard not to think about spiders...
Labels: PBW Photo Blog Wednesday