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Winter drags on and on and photographers are getting desperate enough to shoot with Polaroid Cube toy cameras in the produce department of the butcher shop. (Not even the grocery store. Sheesh.) It’s hardly exploring the farmer’s market with the … Continue reading
Spicy Hungarian brushpile limousine. There’s a zesty group of English words. And it’s so much more interesting than saying “here are two photographs I took recently with my Polaroid Cube toy camera”. Someday I’m going to have to explore my … Continue reading
The donkey may not be one of the accepted symbols of springtime, but this one was a very good model for one of my first outdoor shoots of the year. And frankly, wouldn’t you rather see a donkey than a … Continue reading
When in doubt, just post a picture of the dog. On a whim, I chose the least-used camera in the house: the one in my tablet. (OK, I’ve never used it.) While trolling through its unfamilar settings, I found the … Continue reading
It is spring at last, so let’s celebrate with one of the earliest serious flowers: the hellebore or Lenten rose, so called because it usually blooms before Easter. These are right on schedule. Note that although it’s called the Lenten … Continue reading
One of the purposes of photography, at least for me, is to reduce the acquisition of random objects, particularly those I am tempted to buy purely because I want to draw them or put them in a story somehow. When … Continue reading
It was long past time for the first warm day, and the first decent walk in longer than any of us care to remember. Along the way, we came across a place where a limb had fallen from a huge … Continue reading
Let’s take the time to think about … twine. It’s not something you think about a lot; most of us have replaced it (if we ever had it) with rubber bands or wire twisties or cable ties or bungee cords. … Continue reading
The Japanese scarf (more properly, the furoshiki) went to the Auto Show this year. It had numerous adventures you will see later, but the high point of its visit was being photographed elegantly posed with a 1951 Alfetta in the … Continue reading