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Dad’s workshop


Dad has built a workbench in every place my parents have lived. This one was done when he was in his mid to late 70s.


Fatter sidewalks!

Although today’s weather forecast suggests there will be more snow–and the leaden skies certainly indicate some sort of precipitation is imminent–a couple days thaw have produced the amazing result of passable sidewalks. 134 more words

Summer camp

Abandoned summer camp, Italy – 2015
Baryta paper print 18×24 scan


Ellora Caves:The Jewels of India

After alighting at Manmad junction on busy Delhi-Mumbai circuit, I moved on to the small town of Ellora, located on Manmad-Chalisgaon road, as a part of my long overdue Ajanta-Ellora trip. 713 more words

People in architectural drawings, part 2; the mathematics of desire

By Gordon Rugg

This article is the second in a short series about finding out what people would really like in life.

The obvious approach doesn’t work very well. 1,743 more words