Why the Sink?

Photo info: FUJIFILM X-T10, 35mm, f/2, 1/320 sec, ISO1600
“Cat in the Sink” Cedar Park, 2019

Anko’s favorite place is the sink. Not only can she get a drop of water, but the stainless steel material must be nice and cool. Also, a decent view of the squirrels playing in the oak trees must be interesting to her. 😀

I hope you are having a great day!

Party Watch

I was looking at this Casio “Royale” in my wishlist (as I often do), and I noticed the display says “PARTY” on it! I guess it’s really “Paris”, T-4, but it cannot be a coincidence that Casio used that setting for the photo. 😆

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!”