We don't often get rain in Phoenix. So when the heavens open, it's a nice surprise.
This coming May I will have lived in America for 17 years. 17. Years.
Not really being that interested in the Superbowl we decided to take the little one for a walk on Sunday. As the sun started to go down it was all a bit eery. Not a soul to be seen. Anywhere. Total ghost town.
I love these old American cars. Made back when they were substantial and fuel efficiency was unheard of.
Interesting to me that the cars Ford made back in Europe were so very different than their American counterparts.
I love taking shots of urban decay. And as with any big city, Phoenix has its fair share of things to shoot. The last time I went out on an urban decay type of hunt, I stumbled across Mel's Diner. It has only just started to fall into disrepair so it will be interesting to see what it looks like in a few years. I'll have to remember to go back.
One of my favorite parts of the year. I love being in America for Halloween.
We took a drive up north to Freeman Farms in Chino Valley to pick some pumpkins for Halloween. Had a great time.
This shot was taken on a hay ride and our driver was really good fun.
Arizona State Fair 2013. We had nothing like this when I was growing up. Well, there would be a Fair that came into town now and then, and at the time it was amazing. But never on this scale.
If there's one thing America does right, it's the Fair.