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Tag Archives: photography
Today’s product raises many questions. 1) Why does anyone need a scented notebook? 2) Who imagined what would happen if you crossed a sentient cupcake with a Cyclops? 3) Even if you did cross an imaginary sentient cupcake with an … Continue reading
Participating in an interesting discussion about “old school” natural media art supplies elsewhere on the interwebs. To many of the participants (the younger ones, I assume) these tools were as obsolete as buggy whips. Over here, not so much. I … Continue reading
March snow. The old dog Wanders in a figure eight; Does pretty good job.
This can be the real Indiana where I live, or Kekionga’s Indiana of the Mind, whichever you prefer. Or is there really any difference? Early spring walk with Kilo-Macro. One of my goals this year was to pay more attention … Continue reading
Position: Photographs of colorful late winter sunsets are not in poor taste *provided* they are made within three blocks of your house. Discuss.
Those lovely tropical orchard’s– so exotic.
The first big macro garden walk of the new year (so early!), yielded a number of images, some of last year, some of this. In these two 4 x 3s, that means last year’s oak leaf hydrangea, and this year’s … Continue reading
Feeling a fair amount of love for my new camera bag tonight after its first successful outing earlier in the day. Cool things about my new camera bag: Bought it cheap on sale in the hunting department at the local … Continue reading
Animal World. Two Quarters. Pink Elephant. (Count this as a critical success.)