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Bedroom in Green and Red (2016)

Winship House — Wakefield, Massachusetts

The other side of the room from yesterday’s post – just one of the many bedrooms in this house.

Nikon D800… 11 more words

Photography

As Fire Afflicts Antilogous Pole

errant wafts of ghostly whispers struggle to sway
but their words fall in magnetic arrest
boring through terrestrial layers
halting

when furnace beckons

sorrowed drops have inscribed twin vales upon this sallow shell… 18 more words

Poetry

Reading the Comics, May 17, 2016: Again, No Pictures Edition

Last week’s Reading The Comics was a bunch of Gocomics.com strips. And I don’t feel the need to post the images for those, since they’re reasonably stable links. 772 more words

Math

Kids should have a dog...

Ok not everyone would agree with the title of this post, and sure there are exceptions, but for me I definitely thrived with a dog in tow.   198 more words

Entropy

A Rabbit's Warren of Rooms (2016)

Winship House — Wakefield, Massachusetts

This house lacked the symmetry found in most of the abandoned places I visit and it was quite easy to lose track of exactly where you were at any given time. 13 more words

Photography

Trouble My Friends (2016)

Winship House — Wakefield, Massachusetts

“Oh, we’ve got trouble. We’re in terrible, terrible trouble. That game with the fifteen numbered balls is a devil’s tool!  39 more words

Photography

What Bothers Me about DNA

DNA is a molecule that essential to one thing, Life.  From trees, grass, cows, and humans, DNA is found within each cell that is part of the most fundamental unit of a organism.  533 more words