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The ingredients for a perfect November walk photograph: a dire corgi, some slush for him to roll around in and get all wet and muddy, some ornamental winter berries, and weather warm enough to walk in sandals as the year … Continue reading
Today, as Thanksgiving* approaches, I accompanied a friend to a local grocery store. (She needed somebody to push the second cart and I needed something to do to avoid cleaning out the studio. Also, she bought me a giant coffee.) … Continue reading
(This story is illustrated with photographs of a restaurant placemat at the end of a meal. While good faith attempts were made to crop out anything unsavory, if grease marks, crumbs, and wet plate rings offend you, please consider yourself … Continue reading
Not exactly a blizzard, but “enough so’s you’d notice”. And it’s still “coming down pretty good”. Happy mid-November in Indiana.
This isn’t that last rose to bloom in the big garden. The big thorny red rose is always the last, and as of yesterday it still had one flower left. It won’t be there today, after last night’s windstorm. The … Continue reading
This blog is by design as close to nonpolitical as possible. It’s supposed to be a refuge from all the bad and difficult things that run the world, a place to find something cool or funny or interesting to look … Continue reading
Why do I always seem to photograph neighborhood sunsets on Fridays? Regardless of scheduling, here is tonight’s, as seen by the Polaroid Cube toy camera. Two different crops from the same shot, one my usual square, the other in an … Continue reading
Much is said of the direness of the Dire Corgi’s ears, but you have to admit that his tail is rather dire too. (Dire corgi photographed from across the yard on the other side of the fence with the new 55-300 … Continue reading
A squarrow is, of course, a photograph of a sparrow that has been cropped to a square. Practicing bird photography with my new zoom lens again. These guys are actually quite majestic, like tiny eagles. I think they are English … Continue reading