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Specifically, the lighting department at Menards, where I was looking for something different to do with my Polaroid Cube toy camera on another dull, damp, cold winter day. To say I was surprised by what I found when I downloaded … Continue reading
I went out to take some photographs this afternoon*, and parked the Pentax** on the coffee table while I put on my shoes. And then I realized I had set up a little still life that says a lot about … Continue reading
Be back tomorrow– I’m launching a new story today. That is, by the way, exactly what a rebellious young story looks like. (Image from The Rutland Psalter, now in the British Library. Manuscript made in England, possibly in London … Continue reading
I wrote a poem in my head today. Remembered it all when I got home, in spite of taking photographs and going to the Post Office and drinking a giant Java Wave coffee from the Family Express. Go home Google, … Continue reading
Freidrichshaven, 1918. I don’t know whether today was the airplane or the house. (Dino Park Part 2 tomorrow. Also, where’s my lens?)
Had the Polaroid Cube in my pocket when I dropped in at the vet’s this morning for a fresh supply of minty fishballs*, and was moved to try to photograph Sebastian, one of the the resident cats. This Sebastian is … Continue reading
Is horrible. Hurts? Everything. Hair. Toenails. World, I kind of hate you right now. Come back later, please.
After a mild and almost snowless November and December, the new year has brought winter with it. I took my new Polaroid Cube toy camera out to record some ultra wide angle images of our first snowy day. I was … Continue reading
Hey, it’s a thing. Normally, you should be gloriously un-guilty about your collection of fountain pens: they’re actual tools, they last almost forever if you take good care of them, and as a working artist, you’re pretty good about avoiding … Continue reading
The new stainless steel roasting pan: at Williams -Sonoma on sale last summer with part of the tax refund.