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Sometimes you see stuff that is so damned weird, there is just no category for it. Here is some of that stuff.


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Sandstorm Sunset

This is what the sun looks like through the really heavy desert sandstorms that we get out here in El Paso, TX- every bit of sky you see in these pics is cloaked in dust. It's very trippy- it blocks the sun's light so that it becomes this pale pearly-white and looks exactly like a full moon. If you're not accustomed to desert weather this can be a pretty strange sight!


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Welcome To Jersey

On the way back from picking up my sister on her first-ever visit to Jersey, we came across this sight at the first toll booth we came to. Talk about a first impression.


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Damn, that doesn't look good. Actually this nose-diving car on the west side of El Paso, Texas is an advertisement for some kinda.... place. Not quite sure what, as the sign is too faded-out and warped to read.


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Decapitated-Head Mailbox

The gruesome-yet-oddly-patriotic decapitated head complete with mullet perched atop a mailbox at this very suburban NJ house made me do a double take as we drove by. Note: this was not even anywhere near Halloween-time. How odd.


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Unmarked Grave?!

I came across this very ominously shaped mound just off the side of the wooded trailhead that leads up to the Stone Living Room. Gulp. I dunno what the heck it is. I just know it sure has a creepy grave-esque size and shape!


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For A Good Time...

I happened to look up at the sky as I was walking in Times Square one day and saw this trippy phone number in the sky (I couldn't get the whole thing in the pic- too big- but it actually made a complete circle, forming a giant numeric ring around the New York City skyline) I love NYC.


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The Naked Cowboy

See the Naked Cowboy playing guitar in his tighty-whiteys in the middle of Times Square. See the arm of the bewildered tourist pointing to the Naked Cowboy's tighty-whiteys in the middle of Times Square. The Naked Cowboy is a NYC icon. He even has his own website, and his own Naked Cowgirl. NYC is crazy. Did I mention I love NYC?


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Where There's Smoke

I spotted this pretty large-sized fire raging in a field not too far from where we lived at the time in Jackson, NJ. The smoke column was incredibly enormous. It was quite weird to see such a big scary fire in such proximity.





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