Tim Kiser's photos with the Maple Avenue

A urinalysis shop and plastic 1986 Los Angeles hairstyles, in a very olde towne.

A urinalysis shop and plastic 1986 Los Angeles hairstyles, in a very olde towne.
"Plastic in the sun don't last," I tell people (in their local dialect so they'll understand.) "Now go in there and do your worksite medtest."

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In Zanesville, Ohio, on December 28th, 2010, on the west side of Maple Avenue (Ohio R…
Added on April 19, 2014

It is trees that are what will lead us into finding ways to learn how to develop personal appreciations for these kinds of architectural surfaces.

It is trees that are what will lead us into finding ways to learn how to develop personal appreciations for these kinds of architectural surfaces.
This windowless wall is in downtown Burlington, North Carolina, and here's what it looks like on an approx 95° F afternoon. The large shade tree has got an ecologically commensal relationship to the wall, in that it needs the wall's reflected heat to sur…
Added on June 27, 2011

Ha ha, skinny white lady: "I am reading a newspaper! I am reading a newspaper!"

Ha ha, skinny white lady: "I am reading a newspaper!  I am reading a newspaper!"
She is a stockphoto with huuuge pixels, on a featureless spread of grass across the street from the "Federal Building."

The crinkled-up piece of paper reminds me of ancient memories pre-internet of the uncountably numerous days when I needed to dry out a…
Added on June 27, 2011

"Bring a couple of the restraints over here, this one doesn't want to behave."

"Bring a couple of the restraints over here, this one doesn't want to behave."
"This plant will be pretty and likeable once it figures out that we want for it to stand straight up in its planter."

"I hope it can hear me thinking about throwing it into the dumpster if it doesn't decide to start acting right."

"An empty planter wo…
Added on June 27, 2011

You're supposed to kill-your-own-meat at the AT&T concertina wire, and then old Stavro's'll cook it up for ya.

You're supposed to kill-your-own-meat at the AT&T concertina wire, and then old Stavro's'll cook it up for ya.
Naaah I'm just kidding that's not what happens. The razorwire's only for making coleslaw, supposedly.

Corp logoes [sic] look all the more sinister when they're glaring at you from behind weaponry-fitted fencings. AT&T's message to people is: "You're go…
Added on June 27, 2011