Tim Kiser's photos with the December

Ah the treelessness of the urban waters of Brush Creek in Johnson City, on full view.

Ah the treelessness of the urban waters of Brush Creek in Johnson City, on full view.
And I do mean full — do I ever!

I intentionally disrespected Burlington by chopping off its n.

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In Johnson City, Tennessee, on December 28th, 2013, Brush Creek as viewed from the south side of North Broadway Street.

Brush Creek…
Added on October 27, 2016

An 11-ounce tub of pimento cheese salad is a meal — what a meal!

An 11-ounce tub of pimento cheese salad is a meal — what a meal!
The buildings and lightpole are straight-up-and-down vertical, so I don't know why the truck is crooked.

Grissom is an appetizing word. I'm getting hungry for a mayonnaise-bound meat salad.

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In Johnson City, Tennessee, on Decembe…
Added on November  3, 2016

Winter gloom on the road to Ponetown.

Winter gloom on the road to Ponetown.
Outsiders aren't supposed to be looking at this, yet here I was.

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In Harrison Township in western Vinton County, Ohio, on December 23rd, 2013, at the intersection of Ponetown Road (County Road 13) and U.S. Route 50.

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Added on March 29, 2016

Attractive event of ferns and mosses.

Attractive event of ferns and mosses.
I cheered on the condition I encountered.

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In the Cedar Falls area of Hocking Hills State Park in Benton Township, Hocking County, Ohio, on December 23rd, 2013.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
Q…
Added on July 11, 2016

Out here doing some hard living in mud country.

Out here doing some hard living in mud country.
Very nonurban!, oh man. "I was a drum major for justice, peace, and righteousness!" I called out into the wetness.

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In Swan Township in northern Vinton County, Ohio, on December 23rd, 2013, a view of North Fairview Road (Township…
Added on May 21, 2016

Here was Cross Creek looking fine in eastern Ohio, some old cold December day.

Here was Cross Creek looking fine in eastern Ohio, some old cold December day.
"UNFORTUNATELY I had to endure some slippery road conditions to get to this bridge," I said grumpily as I took pictures.

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In Fernwood, Ohio, in Cross Creek Township in Jefferson County, on December 19th, 2013, Cross Creek as viewe…
Added on March  9, 2016

Rural roadside Christmas juniper.

Rural roadside Christmas juniper.
It has a brown star on top that is hard to see because it blends in with the brown slope behind it.

Ahem, I think the tinsel packaging said the tinsel was for indoor use only.

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In Wayne Township in Jefferson County, Ohio, on Dece…
Added on June 27, 2016

The year 1905 as expressed in the form of an Ohio River bridge.

The year 1905 as expressed in the form of an Ohio River bridge.
Think of the variety of interests and concerns of the local Ohioans and West Virginians of 1905 — nearly all of them forgotten!

The blue-and-yella color scheme was affixed in 2011 and was intended to express petulant unfriendliness toward the Ohioans on…
Added on March 18, 2016

I WAS A ROADSIDE VISITOR TO THE GROOVES OF A CONCRETE POUR.

I WAS A ROADSIDE VISITOR TO THE GROOVES OF A CONCRETE POUR.
In southern Mason County, West Virginia, the driveway of "Moore's Chapel" on the west side of Rocky Fork Road (County Road 80), south of Ashton Upland Road (County Road 80), east of the unincorporated community of Ashton.

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Library…
Added on February 26, 2016

The name of this business is Wave Cigarettes, Pyramid Cigarettes, Wings Cigarettes, and Swisher E-Cigarettes.

The name of this business is Wave Cigarettes, Pyramid Cigarettes, Wings Cigarettes, and Swisher E-Cigarettes.
Wave and Pyramid and Wings are the only brands people around here can afford. People switch to e-cigarettes after they're too sick to smoke ordinary cigarettes.

If the empty sign frame ever displays a sign again, that sign will be a vinyl banner tied to…
Added on July 12, 2016

Remember me to the people of the Allegheny Plateau. Recall that I was here taking pictures of the region's small rivers on sunny winter days.

Remember me to the people of the Allegheny Plateau. Recall that I was here taking pictures of the region's small rivers on sunny winter days.
In Mason County, West Virginia, on December 18th, 2013, Thirteenmile Creek as viewed from Big Buzzard Road (County Road 64), east of the unincorporated communities of Arbuckle and Grimms Landing.

Thirteenmile Creek flows to the Kanawha River, which flows…
Added on March 11, 2016

One look and you'll know why it's called Eighteenmile Creek.

One look and you'll know why it's called Eighteenmile Creek.
Oh my gosh yes. This water was as rustic as an eighteenmile: hardliving!

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In Putnam County, West Virginia, on December 18th, 2013, Eighteenmile Creek as viewed from Bethel Ridge-Blacklick Road (County Road 6), east of the town of…
Added on March 10, 2016

Enjoy this shade while it lasts!, for most of the morning.

Enjoy this shade while it lasts!, for most of the morning.
In Raymond City, West Virginia, on December 18th, 2013, the Kanawha River and the John E. Amos Power Plant, owned and operated by Appalachian Power, a subsidiary of American Electric Power, as viewed from a public fishing access site on State Route 62.

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Added on February 15, 2016

Ronald has been dipping his nose and mouth area into a bowl of ketchup.

Ronald has been dipping his nose and mouth area into a bowl of ketchup.
The sculpture collects pollutants from the air.

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In Berkshire Township in Delaware County, Ohio, on December 17th, 2013, on the grounds of a McDonald's restaurant on the south side of U.S. Route 36 and Ohio Route 37, west of Inter…
Added on May 20, 2016

Q: Guess the city! A: It's Myrtle Beach.

Q: Guess the city! A: It's Myrtle Beach.
Drawing a visual comparison between clusters of pad-mounted transformers and clusters of buildings is one of the oldest and tiredest photographic clichés but oh well.

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In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on December 31st, 2012, at th…
Added on December 19, 2015

The weirdos who make a point of saying "breakfast pancakes" when "pancakes" will suffice, in colorful plastic.

The weirdos who make a point of saying "breakfast pancakes" when "pancakes" will suffice, in colorful plastic.
Each of the colors of plastic is among my favorite colors of plastic, and it was nice to see them in combination.

Harry/hairy homophony is bad news for restaurateurs named Harry. Hairy pancakes!, the hair glued on with syrup.

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In…
Added on November 19, 2015

The "Seagull Arms Apartments."

The "Seagull Arms Apartments."
No I'm just kidding, it's the "Outrigger Motel."

A seagull's arms are boomerangs. By taking a picture of the misshapen seagull artwork, I am mocking small businesspeople and southerners.

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In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Decem…
Added on December  1, 2015

Carving out a living from the land.

Carving out a living from the land.
Transforming a wilderness into a moneymaking area; snatching swampland from the jaws of water moccasins.

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In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on December 31st, 2012, outside of "Bargain Beachwear" on the west side of North Kings High…
Added on March 16, 2016