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“Please do not touch the displays. For they are hot, and they will FALL.” (Hand lettered sign and found art poem. Live blogged from the last remaining furniture display in the ever expanding Christmas decoration department at Menards. Last chance … Continue reading
I’m building a character called Thoreau. Or Darwin or Hawthorn or Melville, or whatever the wonderful Galapagos tortoise at the little zoo in the Park with the Stone Bridge in downtown Kekionga is going to end up being called. I’m … Continue reading
You saw one of his feet yesterday, and here is the rest of him. This is Emerson. Emerson is a Galapagos tortoise, and he lives in a big sunny pen inside the glass house conservatory at the Toledo Zoo. (He … Continue reading
Hint: it’s not a dinosaur. Well, not quite.
A autumnal beastie in turtleneck, lunchtime today. Vintage filter for a groovy parchment look.
The roots of trees photographed with the Lenka black and white camera app. I think they are the roots of oaks, because acorns were falling all around me.
Quetzalcoatlus northropi with oscillating stand fans.
Took a disreputably long photography walk one day last week, and ended up, as so often happens, at the cafe. Beside buying a coffee and a cinnamon scone and photographing my cameras* (“cafe cameras” is an ongoing series on my … Continue reading
My Polaraid Cube toy camera hadn’t been charged up in a long time, so while it was plugged into the computer I took the opportunity to download the images off its tiny micro SD card. I seem to use this … Continue reading