There’s a collection of images, culled from the last few days. Too much to cover, and I suspect it’s the heat, or the relaxed readings, but on the pedestrian walkway, on the First Street bridge, the cover-up paint, it just seemed evocative of some “modern” art. Like something in a museum.
I couldn’t help but wonder about the chalk message, too, a little line from the poet of the mean streets, Charles Bukowski.
The Armadillo is gone, but buzz cuts are still five bucks.
It’s all about Austin, too, from a sign outside barbershop, “Buzz Cuts $5,” to my vision of post-modern art along the walls, to a quote on the sidewalk, literally.
Laeti edimus qui nos subigant!
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