Monthly Archives: February 2012

Hair cut reflection

This is one of those shots that looks like two photos laid one on top of the other, so to speak. You’re seeing the reflection in the barber shop window. Sometimes it works, sometimes not so much. Boy was it … Continue reading

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Barely the blink of an eyelash in the life of an elephant

If you’re looking at the title and the photo and thinking, “Huh!?” I’m not surprised. The title is for a piece I just wrote about love but decided not to share. I like it, but I think I married too … Continue reading

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Glass, reflection and floor

Here’s one that dates back to last April. I took it down in one of the bank buildings in the financial district. Not much else to say tonight. Not feeling up to writing. Have a good one. At least Monday’s … Continue reading

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House

Very unusual to be posting something in the morning of a work day. Typically I’d be like a third of the way through my day right now, yet I haven’t even left the house yet. It’s all I can do … Continue reading

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Five people: two real, one status, two on a poster

Well I made it downtown again today, although I was pretty tired. Feeling better at the moment. Dreading tomorrow but what can you do, right? I took this photo in Yorkville this afternoon while checking out the annual ice sculpture … Continue reading

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Hot Dog Man

Heading out for another walk downtown today. This time with my friends Vicki and Paul. Should be fun. I’m still very tired and have an exhaustion headache, but that’s to be expected after last night’s sleep clinic fiasco. I’m trying … Continue reading

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Tall tall buildings in wide angle

There’s nothing like an 11mm (18mm in full frame) perspective to give you some dramatic skyscraper shots. I took this one last April, actually. I only ran into it yesterday by accident. Seems I’d started editing that folder then moved … Continue reading

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Girls and their hats

Happy Saturday, everyone… I watched the most amazing movie last night called Mostly Martha. It was simply beautiful and touching. I know, I know… guys aren’t supposed to find movies “beautiful” or “touching.” Not to worry, penis still intact. It’s … Continue reading

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