December 14, 2004



Spotted while waiting for a train in Norristown.

Commentary (12):

1. Jeff Smith says… dec 14, 2004 | 12:28 am

That photo would make a great start for some grunge brushes to use in Photoshop.

2. Jason Santa Maria says… dec 14, 2004 | 12:31 am

Why do you need grunge brushes when you can take photos like this?

3. moon says… dec 14, 2004 | 3:03 am

Really nice shot :)

4. Rob Weychert says… dec 14, 2004 | 1:15 pm

Dude, like, Mother Love Bone effing rocks.

5. Dave Woodward says… dec 14, 2004 | 2:38 pm

Ah yes, “The Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything”. It is in more places than you think! Of course the question is still in the process of being calculated (by a giant computer (inhabited by humans I might add) built by a super intelligent race of mice). Man… I need to go read that book again!

6. Jason Santa Maria says… dec 14, 2004 | 2:41 pm

Damn, it’s about time someone noticed that. Hasn’t anyone read The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series?

7. Greg says… dec 14, 2004 | 2:43 pm

I assumed every web geek/user knew it is The Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything. So I suppose no one else is has their towel with them?

8. Zach says… dec 14, 2004 | 7:40 pm

Hah, I got it immediately! Man, what an excellent book!

9. Pacey says… dec 14, 2004 | 10:51 pm

great photo. any chance of making it into a desktop?

10. Walker says… dec 14, 2004 | 11:28 pm

That’s a great number.

11. Jason Santa Maria says… dec 14, 2004 | 11:54 pm

Sorry, Pacey. I will offer desktops every so often, especially of photos I am proud of or whenever it happens to strike my fancy. I can’t regularly provide these images as desktops (others have emailed me too) as I fear the bandwidth excess, the time it would take me to prepare them daily, and also the idea of putting large versions of my photos out on the internet for people to steal at their leisure.

12. blankwave says… dec 15, 2004 | 9:44 am

i knew it was the hitchiker’s guide right away. here’s to hoping the movie this may is good.