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Here’s a surprising car to see parked downtown on a Sunday afternoon: a Morgan Aero 8. A very handsome ride indeed, and the very model of the state of the art bespoke British roadster, with an aircraft aluminium body … Continue reading
It’s the decidedly minor but oddly useful Can of Cocktail Peanuts That Never Quite Runs Out. Seriously, this has been sitting on the corner of the washing machine for like two weeks with about three servings of yummy semi-stale peanuts … Continue reading
This is one of the piers of my own particular Bridge; the one near where I grew up, the Bridge that was the scene of so many important events of my teenage years. Surrealistically, it is now part of a … Continue reading
Here is a holiday transformation for you to marvel at. Elapsed time was about three hours, and I’m sure it would have been less if everybody wasn’t watching the transformer work his “flat pack one drawer filing cabinet on wheels … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting treat from the Easter sale rack at the store with the concentric circles on the sign. Is this a flavor people even want in their Milano cookies? I am sceptical.
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