The past couple of weeks I've been all over town. At work, to stay out of the afternoon heat, we sometimes head over to a greasy spoon diner. Occasionally the regulars or waitress provide good entertainment (drama). But the day we were there was kind of boring and I ended up taking pictures of the fifties-style decor.
One Saturday evening my daughter and I attended a beautiful wedding. The reception was held at what I had always thought was a church, but it turns out it's been used for receptions and parties since 1991. The church was built in "1929 of Carthage Limestone, in a Gothic style," according to their website.
Last week at work I saw this cute little picket fence. It was only about three feet tall and rustic. It seemed a little out of place in the affluent neighborhood we were working in.
These aren't the greatest pictures, but that's because I took them with my camera phone. It comes in handy when I see something I think might make an interesting photo and I don't have my camera with me.