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Sorunku. Sorunku. Sorunku. This is my new favorite word in the whole wide world, even though I have no idea what it means. This is a Swedish matchbook label (according to reverse Google image search), so you may be excused … Continue reading
Blogger’s note: News broadcasts and the serious and thinky parts of the internet are particularly grave today, concerned with tragic and confusing events. In the personal sphere, people in my life are facing losses of their own. I have strong … Continue reading
I am preparing my first Cubeumentary (Cube-O-Mentary), depicting the construction of our new sidewalk as seen through the fisheye lens of the Polaroid Cube toy camera. So please stand by– the Cube-O-Mentary will only be seen here! (Once the sidewalk … Continue reading
Another use for the best multipurpose tool since the Swiss Army knife (that’d be the phone camera*): word and phrase collection. Every writer needs to be aware of ambient, atmospheric words, the words we breathe and eat and swallow as … Continue reading
One of my major beefs with the world is poor grammar, usage and spelling in all the writing we’re stuck reading in public places. No bad signs, please. Take a moment to set a good example. And then a reader … Continue reading
“Who were the Denisovans anyway?”. This compelling and (to me) instantly attractive question was the title of today’s post on the consistently interesting blog called Twilight Beasts. And of course I clicked to read, and to my even greater delight, … Continue reading
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
It is spring at last, so let’s celebrate with one of the earliest serious flowers: the hellebore or Lenten rose, so called because it usually blooms before Easter. These are right on schedule. Note that although it’s called the Lenten … Continue reading