Trapped? Or Just Waiting?

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/5, 1/60 sec, ISO500
“Trapped or Waiting?” Cedar Park, 2019

Here’s a photo of Anko, looking at us from the room where we keep the cats’ food bowls. It looks as though she is trapped inside, but actually the door isn’t fully closed so she can pull it back if she wants. I thought that maybe she’s hungry and wants us to feed her… but when I check her food bowl, it’s not empty. I guess she just needs attention. Oh, cats! 🐱

A Face in the Clouds?

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/5.6, 1/1500 sec, ISO200
“Cloudy Face” Cedar Park, 2019

My Fujifilm X100T said it detected a face in the clouds… looks more like a baby elephant to me. Did you find it?

Minimalist Backseat

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/3.2, 1/30 sec, ISO6400
“Minimal Backseat” Austin, 2019

Today a convertible Jaguar was parked next to me and I just had to take a photo of the back seat in the car. The front seats were completely backed into the rear seats so that there is literally zero legroom. Not even a centimeter! If I recall correctly, one reason why these rear seats exist is so that the car is classified differently (2+2) for some kind of regulatory or insurance reason. But I hadn’t seen this in practice in a while. I think some modern sports cars have like the Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ have the tiny back seats as well.

When I was growing up, my mom had a Toyota Supra and the back seats were so cramped that I remember it was better to site sideways, and if the entire back row was a chaise longue. Only it wasn’t comfortable at all. Still, it worked in a pinch and since our family is relatively small, it wasn’t an impossible situation.

Anyways, I was happy to see the back seat of the Jag today. It brought back so many memories, even the memory of my sore lower back as I sat sideways in the back of that old Supra!

またね~

The Elephant in the Room

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/3.6, 1/125 sec, ISO200
“Elephant” Cedar Park, 2019

The elephant in the room appears once again… 🐘

Through the Weave Poles!

“Look at those weaves!”