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solitary presence

Loathsomeness awaits, in the deep.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

One is never more alone than when waiting for a Subway to arrive. Swaddled in stifling clouds of fungal spore ejaculate and those desiccated airborne particulates of rodent excrement which lend the dripping concrete caverns their particular perfume, the “system” must be the loneliest place on earth, despite the abundant representation of the human infestation whom are found therein. 246 more words

Photowalk

inspired dreamer

124 years ago today, an outsider was thrust roughly into the world.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

If the squamous gods of our own world do not care about you, 497 more words

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relentless thing

Heh. You may think I don’t know what you’re thinking, but you don’t know that I know what you’ve been told to think and by whom. 572 more words

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dropped despairingly

Wandering, always wandering, with no place to go. Stay paranoid, I say.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

The steady staccato of foot falls is all that one can really count on, a shuffling rhythm accompanied by the tinkling of that busted glass which garnishes the sidewalks. 298 more words

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Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk October 11th - Portsmouth, UK

So how do you fancy a walk?

Why not join us for a walk around the waterfront city of Portsmouth in Hampshire?

Portsmouth is fast becoming one of Britain’s best waterfront destinations and our photo walk will take in old and new. 248 more words

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spectral summer

Damnation, hell, and other allegories plague my days.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

That’s a gull catching the free ride on the Staten Island Ferry, 314 more words

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humid seas

By jove, I nearly got wet yesterday.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

Yesterday, despite the somewhat solitary inclination of mood which a humble narrator awoke to find himself in, nevertheless did he need to go to Sunnyside to talk to some people about some thing. 404 more words

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