This little laundromat must be the smallest in town. It only has a few machines built into one wall inside. I had to wait weeks to get this photograph because there were always cars parked on the street in front of it. As I was walking down Wells Street with my camera in hand, it began to rain.
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I found this sign in the window of the empty storefront on Lillian Avenue near the intersection of Sherman Blvd., Goshen Road, and Lillian Avenue next to North Side Bait in Fort Wayne.
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I found this trash bin in front of a garage facing Fourth Street between Cass Street and Wells Street in Fort Wayne. The chalk washed off in the rain a few days later, but my photograph will forever preserve the historic moment when Billy was HERE.
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I always walk around the Three Rivers Festival every year and photograph the people and carnival rides. The festival is held every summer in July in Headwaters Park in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. This year I live downtown right around the corner from the park so I got to spend a lot of time there. Here’s a photograph of a ride called the Fire Ball.
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My cat, Simba, died tonight at age 16 from kidney failure. He was born at my parents’ house on Halloween the year I graduated from high school. He stayed there his entire life, where he enjoyed terrorizing their dog, demanding food, and making people bow before him. My son and I miss him.
Simba a year ago, much reduced in weight from his younger days.
Simba demanding, and getting, food from my sister and mother.
Simba and I when he was at his fattest.
His second favorite activity, after eating.
Simba and his brothers and sister with their mother.