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You know that stuff at the Chinese buffet? That baked crab stuff? Turns out that’s its proper name.
The gargoyle in the garden, before the snow fell, test modeling for the new tele macro lens I got as a gift recently. My gargoyle needs a coat of paint. Or, because that sentence really, really needs to be in … Continue reading
This is a photograph of the Garage Eagle in a wheelbarrow. The Garage Eagle was in the old double garage when we bought the house, mounted on the inside wall above the entry door*. He spent most of the late … 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.
If monogram is the right word– all of the letters and numbers are contained in this symbol. (A quick search will find the image as an animated gif which will show you how to find the characters, if you want … Continue reading
The word of the day is “Hračky”, which I found on this matchbox label that I collected for its cool cartoon of a tram. Rather than having anything to do with trams, hračky is the Czech word for “toys”, which … 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
Because we are now well equipped to keep it clean. Seriously, I never knew that this common kind of scrubbing brush, with its squarish head and straight or slightly curved handle, is properly known as a “gong brush”. A full … Continue reading
Just another day at the drawing table, complete with multiple rolls of blue tape, 83 ¢ worth of crayons, and the word “Brontosaurus” typeset in 54 point Cooper Black.