Saturday, September 18, 2010

It's been a long time since I photo-blogged.

The nice thing about stepping up to a swankier phone is that I tend to have a not-totally-crappy camera on me at any given moment. The less-nice thing about it is, I tend to think of it only at really stupid moments, like when I'm standing at a urinal:

Oh, ho! I detect an error! Certainly, the author meant to say that each urinal saving approximately 20,000 gallons of water per year is the equivalent of not filling over 500 bathtubs.


Anyway, here's another, less urinally photo:

It's Cville's Downtown Transit & Visitor Center (or Where You Can Pee Without Feeling Obligated to Buy a Pop). Whenever I pass it I think about its architecture—all glass and wood and angly. Is this the kind of thing that's going to look totally ridiculous twenty years from now, despite looking all sleek and green and modern right now? I wonder.