I was shooting a wedding over the weekend. Right after the "father/daughter dance" I looked down at the camera's LCD screen and saw that my 32GB SD card was filling up rapidly. Not that it mattered, I had two more as backups. If I was shooting film though, this would've been an expensive endeavor. While digital is cheaper - you no longer have the mystery of coming across old, unmarked rolls of film and not finding out what's on them until you develop.
Now you just find unmarked folders on your desktop with images of downtown parking garages, skyscrapers, utility work and patriotism. The mystery is solved in seconds.
So here's ten images from the modern day equivalent of a "random roll."
So there's that.