January 29, 2010

odds-and-ends


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photo by Donald Kinney

Odds-and-ends is a good descriptor for the collection of rag-tag houseboats down at Gate 5 in Sausalito.



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Shame.   The owners should have had more respect than to name the Tamalpais No-Tell Motel after such an inspirational mountain.   The spirit of Tamalpa (((Indian Goddess, a.k.a. The Sleeping Lady))) is probably not pleased.



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This bridge, out on the backroads of Marin County, has been painted more times than Carter has pills...   Then, every once in a while the county road crew comes along and paints everything over with a solid color, providing once again a fresh canvas for the midnight artistic and literary freak-outs of students from Petluma and Novato High Schools.   I like this painting -- some student's mind must have been in a good place.   A nice break from the usual slatherings of unintelligible graffiti.



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Oh, you may remember Jack and Jill...   Here they are -- coming down the hill...


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4 comments:

Tomate Farcie said...

Wow!!!

Nice to come back to such a colorful first shot!

I know exactly where this motel sign is, drove past it all the time when I lived in MV years ago.

Heather said...

Your pictures are amazing! :)

photowannabe said...

Love your Jack and Jill picture. Its a whole story in one shot. I especially like the junky house boat too. Nice work as always Don.

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