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My biggest camera bag is called The Mammoth. How big is The Mammoth? About as big as a Dire Corgi. (This is all getting very Pleistocene.) Digital art from a phone camera photograph, made with Pixlr. Brown recliner chair is … Continue reading
It’s election day in the neighborhood. As always, when I went to vote the phone (with its camera) and the notebook went too.
And back home for two little phone camera photographs of a garden I pass on my walk. Flowers in November: a subject that calls for some of the Vignetting of Anticipatory Nostalgia.
Happy Halloween Eve from World Headquarters, as of yesterday the home of the famous Purple Horse. (Read yesterday’s post for the story.) I wanted to make at least one photograph, or perhaps more properly a piece of digital art, using … Continue reading
Those of you who follow my Instagram feed may remember a photograph called the Purple Horse at the Liquor Store. https://www.instagram.com/p/BLBxobeh4DN/ Today I was back at the liquor store and they were turning over some of their advertising art. And … Continue reading
“Ferociously Realistic” a picture story from Kekionga Part 1 At the beginning of the last week of September, Iowa went the Big Box Home Improvement Store with her friend Suki to buy supplies for one of Suki’s art projects. “Normally, … Continue reading
“And for your information,” the Professor went on, “This is what you might more reasonably call ‘ferociously realistic’.” “Can’t argue with that, sir,” said Iowa.”At least somewhat ferocious, and undeniably realistic.” “Indeed. More ferocious than you might suspect, Ms. Ginsberg. … Continue reading
The next day, vagely psychedelic versions of Suki’s best photographs of the Ferociously Realistic werewolves had mysteriously appeared on all the bulletin boards in the basement of the library. “Which kind are you, Professor?” Iowa spoke innocently from her … Continue reading
The new computer is up and running, and here’s the first post from it. Versions of Windows may come and versions of Windows may go, but the one constant is that they always include that lowest common denominator of digital … Continue reading