Monthly Archives: April 2011

If You Are Sick of Snark…

Then you should read this article in The Washington Post written way back in the crazy days of 2008 by Linton Weeks. I was thinking about what we mean by the word “snark,” and wondering if this blog was veering … Continue reading

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Things We Did On Easter

It was a spectacularly nice day, so we were lucky to not burn dinner. Spent a lot of time outdoors playing, walking dogs, flying kites, sitting on the porch, soaking in the sun while it lasted. Click on the photo … Continue reading

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The End of a Long, Fun Day

I’ll admit to taking a few loose newspaper pages off the couch for a cleaner view of these guys… More tomorrow… time for some wine and a movie.

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Morning Lily

  Notes on Method: I found a white, wrinkly shower curtain, one of those nylon “hotel style” liners with the steel eyes. I tacked it to a shaded wall on the back deck. The Mountains were still blocking the rising … Continue reading

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News To Make You Feel Bad (a little poetry too, New York Rhymes part 1)

We all need to feel bad before we are motivated to change the world, right? Or perhaps we just spiral into descending badness and the news is helping us paddle downstream… Whatever the case, for your reading pleasure…in rhyme. The … Continue reading

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At The Beach Today for Low Tide

So don’t expect another post for another day… I know all you expecters are expecting something out there somewhere. You can always read some of the new links I put up on the right in my effort to educate the … Continue reading

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The Candid Frame — My Favorite Photography Podcast

My favorite photography podcaster Ibarionex Perello has a new show out, interviewing the two guys behind the website/company Lightenupandshoot.com , Andy and Mikey, known for funny videos (to some photographers) and what sound like quite helpful workshops… Below is a … Continue reading

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