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Whatever you call it, this choose-your-own-ingredients feature on the flat top grill is the latest thing going at the local Chinese buffets. Even our local strip mall hole in the wall has started doing it, with highly satisfactory results. This … Continue reading
Cardigan Welsh corgi people will be glad to see that a new dog biscuit bag features a familiar face. Arrange several bags in a row and those corgi people will tell you it’s just like being in the kitchen when … Continue reading
What’s black and white and as big as your house? It’s a cargo van! You can use it to move a bunch of furniture quite a long distance. Don’t run out and buy it, though. It costs about thirty thousand … Continue reading
An unexpected sighting of a Lotus Elise: chrome yellow on an overcast morning.
If the dire corgi could read, he would be bitterly disappointed by this post, since it is a portrait taken with my pancake lens, and not a picture of His Direness eating a pancake.(I’m quite pleased with the 40mm f/2.8 … Continue reading
Due to a long story (which is actually kind of boring, or I would tell it here), I recently rediscovered a small lens. It is what photography people call a “pancake” lens, which is designed to be very flat and … Continue reading
One thing all my corgis have had in common is a desire to help with laundry. I can’t tell you how many Tshirts I’ve folded over the years in front of the TV and on top of resting corgis. Today … Continue reading
I haven’t posted anything from my Polaroid Cube toy camera in a while. If you aren’t familiar with this loveable little gadget, just enter “polaroid cube” in the search field to your right and follow my posts from my first … Continue reading
Spring is passing quickly, as it so often does. And spring in the US Midwest means dogwoods in flower. Before they’re all gone, here are two of my favorite neighborhood dogwood trees. The pink one is a spectacular Cherokee Sunset … Continue reading