Hey everybody, I got a new camera! That means I have to clean out all the photos from the old one before I discontinue using it. There's no unifying theme to these shots, just that they never made it to this blog until now.
Psychedelic Lady Liberty in a Saratoga art gallery.
Mushrooms by Springfield's Twig Painter.
Don Matera has been going all over Northampton painting the sights.
Now his paintings are for sale in a downtown window.
There is one painting called "Regal Lisa" that he didn't paint on the street.
This wall outside the Campus Center at UMass is a popular spot for meeting and gossiping.
Taken at the ice cream stand by the rail trail.
Any more stickers and you won't be able to read this Hamp sign.
The Amherst Men's Resource Center is closed - and good riddance.
John Walsh at the Saratoga race track.
Geese at the back entrance to Saint Michael's Cemetery in Springfield.
In the Northampton City Clerk's office.
Beatlemania at Turn It Up - the last record store left in Northampton.
In Vermont they drive funny cars to downtown Hamp, like this one celebrating Anne Frank, Herman Munster and Groucho Marx. And the unifying them of that is?
They call me the wanderer.
A State Street cat.
The flag of the Nation of Sunflowers.
Have you noticed how as he ages Jay Leno increasingly resembles a cartoon character?
Speaking of magazine covers, the 1968 edition of LIFE magazine with Jefferson Airplane on the cover is for sale on eBay.
It costs twenty-five freakin' bucks!
Damon Reeves and Kara Kharmah today on the Amherst Common.