Saturday, November 01, 2008


A day of wandering in Puyallup and Tacoma. Halloween.

Rain and fog and woodsmoke amidst the maple and cottonwood leaves of Puyallup's Riverwalk Trail.

"Queer" by artist James Hume on display at Lucky's Hot Dog Diner.

A Dia de los Muertos altar in honor of Jesus Cervantes Corona, who died at age forty-two, at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, Washington in 2006. The altar was erected at University of Washington, Tacoma by the Latino Student Organization.

Fulcrum Gallery and its "Observations & Perceptions" show. Work by artists Oliver Doriss, Galen McCarty Turner, Elise Richman, Jeremy Gregory, and Conor McClellan.

Graffiti in a Broadway parking garage.

Broken windows in another Broadway parking garage.

Two levels of used books in the bowels of Sanford and Son Antiques.

Wheatpaste poster art in yet another Broadway parking garage.

The Port of Tacoma as viewed from the hill of 6th Avenue and South Fawcett Avenue.

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