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Tuesday: 2 x 30' at r22 OTW

On the water in my single.  On the upper charles in Newton.  The temp was in the low 40s and there was a reasonably strong breeze blowing from the west.  203 more words

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Gorgeous morning with incoming clouds

With many thanks to MIT’s Media Lab for access to their deck, I was out early before and above the crowds, enjoying the sun. I’m painting on 24×30 inches Belgian linen and still have to add the trees in the lower foreground, but it was getting cold (I opted for a shady, wind blocked spot – maybe not the best choice)

Plein Air

Fri - Fri: Busy Week

I got back to my house from Japan around 8pm on Thursday night.  I slept well on the plane and surprisingly well Thursday night.  I slept until around 7:30am Friday morning. 2,110 more words

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riverine poetry

It was a windy day when I recently walked along the Charles River. The river itself did not move very fast. The water was low and though it be mid-April, all around were the dead leaves of the previous seasons. 46 more words

Inspiration

Boston Shoot IV - Kinetic

3.31.18 – I’ve always had a fascination with capturing motion, especially in my past attempts at photographing sports.  For the most part, it’s easier said than done.  177 more words

Photography

Snow Flies

snow flies
tingles but doesn’t bite,
winter’s waning

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Poetry

Friday: Horror Films. Video Feedback

One of the primary reasons that I wanted to get expert coaching was to make improvements in my rowing technique.  I figure that there are three elements to achieving good boat speed. 656 more words

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