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Took the Hulk with me (in my head, at least) when I went out with the camera on a sunny summer day, and ended up photographing (mostly) chipmunks. Hulk made some poems that weren’t quite haiku. First, his introduction: Summer … Continue reading
Anybody else on deadline? I’m on deadline. I hope to have some images for you next week from the three (count ’em, three) projects I have on the drawing board right now, but for the moment nothing is fit to … Continue reading
They used to call it a “cold snap”, or tell us, in the voice of sage old sayings that “as the days begin to lengthen, the cold begins to strengthen”. As February nears and the sap starts to rise in … Continue reading
Our resident poet, the Incredible Hulk, branches out from his usual haiku (Hulk-ku) form in this poem he wrote on Wednesday, in the depths of the Polar Vortex. The temperature at the time was -18 degrees Fahrenheit. When super cold, … Continue reading
(It’s not Black Friday related! It is free and you don’t have to go anywhere!) Yesterday I drew and posted my annual Handprint Turkey. And then I went to lunch at Steak and Shake– one of the few restaurant chains … Continue reading
Sometimes a lens can give you more than a field of view– it can give you a change in perspective. So can a change in your work process– you could try automatic writing, or automatic drawing. Or automatic photography? One … Continue reading
Happy Autumnal period! It’s hard to define the beginning of fall in the Northern Hemisphere, at least until the first of October makes it “official”. But there’s always a weekend in September when the days getting shorter, the crickets slowing … Continue reading
It’s September, it’s glorious (when it’s not 90 degrees F with 90% humidity) and I’ve been spending a lot of time with my dogs– and my spiders. It’s spider time, which is my favorite time of year. This September I … Continue reading
I think we all sometimes feel like the only zebra on a colorful cosmic carousel where everyone else is a horse. And art is the funhouse mirror that lets a zebra look at its own tail.