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a bacon accomplishment

My major accomplishment yesterday: I bookmatched the bacon.

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portraits: sandbag and small dumpster

These objects I met on a recent thaw walk through the local construction site had the presence of fellow beings, so I felt like I was making portraits as I passed by. (the camera is the Pocketrocket: Fuji X-M1/27mm f/2.8. … Continue reading

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play in clay

  A partial portrait of someone who would much rather be playing in clay than posing for a photograph.  (Hint, there is a reason why his nicknames include both “Nose” and “Tail”. )  Or maybe it’s just a picture of … Continue reading

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orange roses and digital “arts”

Phone camera forays into the  floral departments are a winter refuge for a ‘tog who like flowers. It’s no garden macro, but we will take what we can get.  Here’s the original crop-and-edit from this afternoon at the discount store, … Continue reading

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ice

Everybody’s least favorite weather phenomenon but lovely to photograph: ice this morning in the back yard.  Pentax K-5iis with the great Pentax 100mm f/2.8 WR Macro, of course.

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obligatory foodie shot

You know that one dish at the Chinese buffet?  The one with the crab in it?  What is that stuff called?

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discount patriotism

Store Closing. Flags 40% off.

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frozen solid in the backyard

Winter Gargoyle: There’s good shootin’ weather, and then there’s deep winter cold with harsh and brittle light, but I couldn’t let the new year advance to much further without a 2017 date on a new photograph.  Here are two from … Continue reading

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ringing in the new year with yorkshire pudding

Though how you can get a Yorkshire pudding to ring, I have no idea.  We are in the middle of preparing this year’s prime rib feast and I am getting ready to mix up the batter for the Yorkshire pudding. … Continue reading

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new year’s eve in antelopia

Antelopia is my ongoing series of portrait images of taxidermy antelopes.  They represent a lot of things to me: formality, and Western civilization, and the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and the relationship of art to nature.  But mostly they are … Continue reading

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