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peculiar precaution

It’s National Tortilla Chip Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Finishing off my week of non ugly subject matter, here’s a few shots of delicious things shot close up, and I’ll talk about ugly things instead. 546 more words

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A Day In Astoria

Until a week ago we didn’t know much about Astoria, Oregon. However, with our vacation rental being located just over the 4 mile long Astoria–Megler Bridge we have spent a great deal of time these last two weeks getting to know this city of just under 10,000 residents.  571 more words

Coastal Curiosities

haughty hermit

It’s National Chips and Dip Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

An acquaintance of mine, an immigrant frenchman that works at Delmonicos as a butcher (that’s him, all blurred up in the long exposure above) whom I know from the local saloon asked me just the other night “do you always hold meetings in the bar”? 768 more words

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The Next Generation of Malfoys

“So that’s little Scorpius.”

Draco, Astoria and their little pride and joy, Scorpius Hyperion. Although the bloodline has continued with Draco marrying into another of the “Sacred Twenty-Eight” pureblood families, dinner with the in-laws is often a slightly tense situation for Astoria.

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finally shunned

It’s National Water Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Continuing my week of presenting photos of non horrible subjects, today here’s a few shots of the moon. 707 more words

New York City

Barbara Dragun and Friends -Saturday March 25

This Saturday, March 25, Barbara Dragun of The Repressions is playing a show with her wonderful musician friends, opening for The Greenstreets! The talented superheroes Nate Lay and Brandon Glasgow will be joining her onstage with new original songs and cool covers featuring the xylophone… and it is confirmed that Ben Absurdo will be jumping into the fray as well… So, that’s a little Repressions and a whole lot of fun! 7 more words

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