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It’s September at last: time to start the story project I’ve been planning. I’m going to write a prose story here on the blog, with the goal of finishing it by the end of September. It’s a Kekionga story featuring … Continue reading
Or, a tree frog on a banana tree. Yes, there are banana trees that can live in cold climates. Assuming you cut them back and cover them with a deep layer of mulch for the winter, they will survive and … Continue reading
The king of all American butterflies: the monarch. Of the phone camera butterflies, even more so.
Just took some moderately boring photographs of some spectacular morning glories, open late in the day in deep overcast. The shape of their white centers made them look like living lens flare. As subjects they were irresistible, but the light … Continue reading
The Phone Camera Butterfly Project continues. Today’s butterfly is … a blue one. On concrete pavers, with a half-rotten apple it was really enjoying and the first of late summer’s fallen leaves.
Judging from the stats (Yes, I’m watching you reading me, but only in terms of raw numbers- I am not tracking you individually by means of some kind of blogging platform software drone. Really.) the audience is quite interested in … Continue reading
A welcome sight, from left to right: street/general purpose glasses, studio glasses, bifocal shades. My new prescription has been made up, and I can see again in all three modes. Plus my street glasses are in an old favorite set … Continue reading
Today, August 13th 2015, will be remembered as The Day the Dire Corgi Tripped Over a Garden Hose and Fell Into the Koi Pond. The koi: deeply alarmed. The dire corgi: pleased with himself and at peace with the universe. … Continue reading
Here’s the finished drawing. I never put a title on it (there’s not really a good space to letter it in), but I think of it as “The Lifeguard Stand”. Because no matter how much upholstery I put on it, … Continue reading