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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
Want to read a good book about photography? For free? On the internet? At no cost to you? Then check out Why My Photographs are Bad by Charles M Taylor here on Google Books. This book has the best title … Continue reading
I’m not jealous of her outfit or her photographic gear, but at this time of year, the fact that there are leaves on the trees and she’s out with her camera gives me a touch of the green eyes. Or, … Continue reading
As this winter seems to signal a return to the familiar weather patterns of the past (as opposed to last years endless months in the Dreaded Polar Vortex), we were pleased to see a good old fashioned January thaw today. … Continue reading
Feeling maybe 90% human today after last week’s dramatic Flu Episode. For the first time in forever, I actually want to eat something that resembles actual food. Of course, what I want to eat is a big grody diner breakfast … Continue reading
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
Some of you may recall a previous post called “a very small camera in the shape of a cube”, in which I expressed my curiosity about Polaroid’s tiny cubical digital camera and speculated about writing a letter to Santa. I … Continue reading
Let’s get ready to (small scale) rumble! Here are some action shots from my famous “wrestling at the Moose Lodge” shoot of last Sunday. TV wrestling this was not, but its more intimate distances made for some most interesting photographic … Continue reading
Somebody at the Chinese buffet folded a tiny origami cube out of a scrap of blue paper and displayed it on a toothpick. (Close up with the New Phone Camera, cropped and tweaked a bit in post on the newly … Continue reading