foggy lens

I’ve never posted these three before because I thought my fogged up camera lens ruined them.    However, I might have been wrong.    11 years after I took these photos I really like the mood the fogged lens creates.   Enjoy.

tint tinabulum?

I can’t tell which one I would like best to see in print.    I really love the sepia because it has it’s own special vintage feeling like a scene from primordial times.   However I also really love the blue tint because to me it lends itself more to the frosty chill of the morning.    decisions decisions. 

Hop On The Bus, Gus

SHORT BUS TO NOWHERE

A couple of weeks ago I decided to drive onto private property to see “What’s UP with this bus?”.    No one was around so I took a couple of shots.  Was expecting, you know, standard bus interior.  I was not prepared for what I found.  Best view was through a hole in the back door.

STOP – AN OPENING

I mean, I’ve met and known a lot of cool “chicks” on buses but I wasn’t expecting to find a hen house/chicken coop. Yep that’s exactly what this was used for.

(warning – not the best photo)

ROLLING HEN HOUSE?

And now a favorite song that mentions buses.   The album this came from brings back many fond memories. Specifically of a youth outing in the summer of 1976 (I’m banned from releasing details.  LOL).  And the drum riff by pan-disciplinary drummer Steve Gadd is sheer perfection.   Go ahead, “Hop on the bus…”  and enjoy.   If you have a favorite bus song or if these images bring to mind a specific song feel free to post a link in your comment.