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The phone camera continues to display strange and wonderful competence at the most unexpected moments. Macro-style shots of butterflies on zinnias? Really? Apparently so. It’s one butterfly on two different zinnias, if you want to get technical. Interesting how one … Continue reading
It’s a Chinese restaurant. And they have a salt water fish tank, and I have a phone camera. So, if you will, a rare photograph of the Chinese restaurant under the sea.
Imagine there is a school where all the students can shapeshift into a wide variety of animal forms. There would definitely be student clubs for everyone who can change into the same kind of animal, clubs where you can run … Continue reading
Vegetables are very photogenic. While I was waiting in line at the butcher shop today, I took some photographs at the produce tables. (It’s a great butcher shop: while the focus is on the fresh meat and deli stuff, you … Continue reading
Just another day at the drawing table, complete with multiple rolls of blue tape, 83 ¢ worth of crayons, and the word “Brontosaurus” typeset in 54 point Cooper Black.
When you’re in work mode, nothing beats listening to podcasts and streaming radio documentaries and comedy shows to keep the ink flowing. And I know I’ve missed a lot of Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Mes recently, so I headed over … Continue reading
There’s a tree growing on my car, in the crevice where the rear deck meets the backlight. I think it’s a silver maple. I’m sure this is a metaphor for something, but I’m not sure what, and it’s not going … Continue reading
Sorunku. Sorunku. Sorunku. This is my new favorite word in the whole wide world, even though I have no idea what it means. This is a Swedish matchbook label (according to reverse Google image search), so you may be excused … Continue reading
Apparently it is a Bavarian cousin of the the familar American jackalope, adding to the body of a hare (or jackrabbit) and the antlers of a deer, the wings of a pheasant. Also, they sometimes have fangs. Like the jackalope, … Continue reading