Keyword: May 2009

"A tiger is a bumblebee is nothing," silliness of Albuquerque youths, out late hanging out among unhitched semi-trailers in gravel parking lots, wasting away their american lives.
By Tim Kiser

Another perfect trashday in Albuquerque land of enchantment.
By Tim Kiser

Assignment of the responsibility for all this mess.
By Tim Kiser

A gnawed-at old wet sofa is pressed in between an off-white clothes dryer and a lineup of roly 2103 garbages.  Two doors' worth of a lineup of green garages are blocked by a roly wooden trailer.  A man descends an outdoor staircase.
By Tim Kiser

Blue Raspberry, Orange, Cherry, & Lemon-Lime Slush Puppies & Grand Prix Cigarettes.
By Tim Kiser

Albuquerque fur maintenance and storage; I wouldn't've thought there'd be a need for fur storage in Albuquerque because the residents wear their furs all year around?
By Tim Kiser

"Creamland: The Milk of New Mexico," industrial trailerloads of creamy gallons of milk feast.
By Tim Kiser

An Arby's in a landscape!
By Tim Kiser

A smiling bear!
By Tim Kiser

I shall never try to forget my walks among the city of Albuquerque.
By Tim Kiser

"Texaco Food Court Express" is covering up the desert.
By Tim Kiser

Downtown Albuquerque bottom of electric tower.
By Tim Kiser

Voulez-vous coucher avec the world's largest pistachio.
By Tim Kiser

Does Fanta taste better in plastic!
By Tim Kiser

Near AutoZone, white rooster gets strapped to a rolling platform.
By Tim Kiser

Likeable enough Mpls fancey civic dumpstra.
By Tim Kiser

♫ Daaaaay by daa-aaay, the mooooon gains o-on meee.
By Tim Kiser

Whole bunch of chaotic activity: Will I be able to walk or will I have to stop & wait for a hole to open up that I can pass through.
By Tim Kiser

To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, dancing nylon tube decoration gets rented in Mexican flag colours.
By Tim Kiser

Does the springtime dandelion get orange plastic stretched past it, whilst here comes sundown?
By Tim Kiser

One of the famous beauteous Albuquerque honeysuckle bushes.
By Tim Kiser

Santa Fe Newmex view upon the proud backside of a International House of Pancakes.
By Tim Kiser

A man's got something he wanted you to see five years ago.
By Tim Kiser

Today the spills are easily wiped off the cushions.
By Tim Kiser


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