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Things I thought about doing in the blog today to celebrate Chinese New Year: Say “Gong hey fat choy!” as we were taught in elementary school social studies, because that is how you say “Happy New Year” in Chinese. Point … Continue reading
You know that stuff at the Chinese buffet? That baked crab stuff? Turns out that’s its proper name.
Hungarian Pepper (Hot Banana) They possess a medium heat level. (When the grocery store decides/that they need complete sentences/ and that the word “have”/ isn’t classy enough/poetry happens.)
There’s a rule of composition called “the Rule of Thirds”, which decrees that compositions divided into thirds, or which place the subject one third of the way across the frame, are more interesting than those divided in half or which … Continue reading
It’s warm for the first of February, but the Other Pond at the Tick Park is still frozen solid enough to hold a gaggle of Canada geese.
Here’s a welcome sight on the last day of January. A long way to go yet, but it’s a start.
I was digging through my picture files and found three photos I’ve taken of interesting blue cars that don’t have much in common except for color. Can you identify them? ( Hints: One is painted in its correct national racing … Continue reading
You may have noticed a new look or two on the blog today. I have updated the fonts, revised the header page structure, and added some new photographic header images, which are supposed to appear randomly. Please let me know … Continue reading
We may nave missed the latest blizzard, but no black car is at its best at the end of a Midwestern January.