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Animal World. Two Quarters. Pink Elephant. (Count this as a critical success.)
A 100% increase in home coffee brewing capacity leads directly to a corresponding increase in early morning poetry output. Coffee grounds in wet brown filter. Do not dump them all over the kitchen. Or maybe a not-a-haiku is better: Coffee … Continue reading
I need to learn how to draw a bottle cap, fast. Here are some photographs I took this afternoon to use as photo references. No idea whether these will be more useful at the drawing table (on my tablet? printed … Continue reading
Thanks go out to the Ford Motor Company, who once again this year left the Monroney window sticker stuck in the window of every car on their display stand at the Chicago Auto Show. For those of us who love … Continue reading
Decent smartphone sunset in the neighborhood./But the strange composition/ cannot be cropped/ into an effective square for Instagram./In spite of this,/ winter is passing.
It happened again for the second year in a row. I was in Chicago (Illinois) for the Chicago Auto Show today, and I took this particular picture with my smartphone. It’s a perfectly conventional view of the Buick show stand, as … Continue reading
That Thursday all set. Evening, Hulk go Home Depot. Learn build cupcake stand.
Or the day I spent way too much time trying to photograph a stainless steel teakettle with a phone camera. My goal of spending a year without a major purchase lasted about five weeks, six at the outside, as I … Continue reading
Best treat name ever. (In one pound “pack leader”size!) And the intended consumer, my little *dire* wolf.