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This weekend I went out to see some actual jazz in an actual basement. How atmospheric! Granted, traditional jazz basements are full of smoke, which current laws forbid, but the ceilings and the lights were low, the seating was eclectic … Continue reading
Election time is here, and even though it’s an off year, a few signs have cropped up here and there in the yards of the neighborhood. And with those signs came the best character name ever– or so I thought. … Continue reading
Sorry, but it’s a riotous world of intense color out there and you just can’t keep me inside. The way dogwood leaves and the buds of next year’s flowers arrange themselves is endlessly fascinating. There are way too many images … Continue reading
While I was looking for something this afternoon, I had a surprise meeting with an old and very dear friend, one I miss very much these days. No matter how much I like my digital cameras, their power and flexibility, … Continue reading
Money can be exchanged for goods and services. And the selling prices of goods and services are determined, in the broadest sense, by the forces of the marketplace. Material things are worth what people are prepared to pay for them. … Continue reading
And there is no better companion for a time wasting walk than a camera. Playing around with a very narrow depth of field in the garden on the corner, with sort-of-impressionistic results … the striped ornamental grass is cheerful and … Continue reading
Do you know what these things are, and what they’re for? If you know, can you remember the boxes they came in, the sounds they made, the way they smelled? How ridiculously angry you would get when one worked only … Continue reading
Red, green, and bronze: Virginia creeper in the rain. I was exercising the weather resistance of the K-30 and the DA* 55mm f/1.4 lens we call the Mouse (Or maybe “Maus”. I’m not sure yet.) in the backyard this morning, … Continue reading
Two visits to the Art Institute two weeks apart enabled me to discover a secret passage leading to a mystery. The secret passage is the one connecting the second floor of the new Modern Wing to the Impressionist galleries on … Continue reading