Everything looks elegantly peaceful. It's nice to be able to come home on a Friday and not have the neighborhood lined with cars and drunk hoodlums peeling out down our street (as you can see in the picture above, an everlasting rubber pavement tattoo).
1. One day, that Accord will be mine... for, like, $100. I may need the help of Brian and the Liberty to tow it back to Manhattan but it will be mine. Oh yes, it will be mine.2. If they're peeling out and leaving marks on the road, I think you should inform the neighborhood association or whatever. That's the kind of douchebaggery you hope to avoid when you move to a neighborhood like yours.It appears that the only reason they can afford that house is because they got an adjustable rate mortgage and when the credit crisis hit they have all of their cousins move into the house and start paying rent. Otherwise, how do you explain the fact that there are always six or seven cars in that driveway?
There are so many of them you think they could take better care of the yard ... or water a fucking tree now and then!
How'd you get the street light to look so cool?
Nikon D60 baby ... and a 30 second exposure. :)