I loved going through the automatic car wash when I was a child. I especially loved what my brother called the hula girls. This one didn't have hula girls and hasn't washed a car in a while.
I love morning light in the fall. The blanket of fog hovering over the ground that glows just as the sun peeks over the trees.
Ben Hillyer, 2014
It was not how I planned to spend Saturday evening, but when I heard the trucks in the fields below the house I walked down to see the farmers harvesting corn. Beautiful night for a few photos.
Evening light from atop Ellicott Hill.
This is the remains of the office my wife worked in at the end of Green Street — which was the office for the old box factory that used to sit in what is now the Isle of Capri Casino parking lot. It has been many years since a fire gutted the building leaving nothing but charred remains and a the original concrete vault. For years the site was a pile of rubble leftover from the fire. I decided to venture down to see what is left and discovered that crews from the National Park Service cleared everything but the vault — now a small ruin surrounded by an overgrown landscape.