Tom and Jerry Enjoy A Vegas Sunset

I got the Tom and Jerry image from my Michigan buddy this morning. Wondering what to do with it, I found a leftover sunset from a few days ago hiding in a folder on my desktop. But hey now, I loved watching Tom and Jerry cartoons as a little boy in the 1960s! Gladly, I’m not as rickety as Tom and Jerry are in this image. Yay for 21st-century technology!

Return Of The Smoke Fog

On my way to the doctor’s appointment this morning, I notice that the air smelt a bit weird. Getting on the road I noticed that it was unfortunately the smoke fog, it hasn’t been here in a good while. Those damn fires have been burning for months it seems, how totally sad.

Here is a set of photos taken very quickly as I was heading south on the two-fifteen freeway. Basically point-and-shoot photo, no time to focus. On a different note, yours truly made a big mistake yesterday and this morning which precluded me from having this test done.

I can’t take my Metformin the day before or the morning of the test. Nor can I take it three days after the test. Metformin has a habit of reacting terribly with the Iodine the technician injects you with. Dammit! So, I’ve rescheduled the test for Thursday. Dammit! 😂😂

A Random Mix

From 2018, I offer you a real mixed batch of photos this afternoon. The desert photos are from the east side of  Las Vegas Valley, one looking down into the valley, the other looking east into the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. The photo of the Whizzer bike was taken with the iPhone on a summer trip back home to Michigan. The couple doing the pee-pee dance is inside a Jimmy John’s restaurant. And the Luxor Hotel photo was of course taken on the Las Vegas Strip.

Las Vegas, 2017

Here are a few older photos from my collection in 2017. Did I ever tell you that after my third and final divorce, I deleted gigs of photography taken during that marriage? That is five years of photography. Why? Pain. Anger, Anguish. Sorrow. And some of those feelings are still with me today regardless of my certainly making some stupid choices. In retrospect, I am actually grateful to be a single man again. It’s wonderful to have full control over each area of my life.