Monthly Archives: July 2016



This week I learned something. I know it is common to duplicate a word and change something about the copy to make it slang. Wishy-washy, chit-chat, and kitty-cat are all examples. Another common change is to add […]

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Life Is Where You Still Find It

As some of you know, I have been taking still life photographs as a way to satisfy my photographic addiction. I don’t know why I’m suggesting you wouldn’t know; I’ve been inflicting my work upon […]

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On Call

You may expect the title of this post, “On Call,” to have something to do with the photograph. After all, it was taken on East Colfax in Denver, which, despite the attentions of the police, […]

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You’ve Haven’t Seen This Before

  When I was young, the Sunday funny pages had a kids’ section that included two line drawings, apparently identical. However, there were twelve (or fifteen or ten) differences between the images, and the puzzle was to […]

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A Place For A Holder

As you can see, I have a vanity web site where I stick some of my photographs and publish blog posts full of sound and fury,  signifying nothing. Vanity, you question? Since the URL is […]

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Guess What I’m Having For Dinner

…the pepper is beginning to show signs of strain, and tonight should grace a salad. It has been suggested that I am a cannibal to eat my models. (referring to his famous photo “Pepper #30”)–Edward […]

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The Mystique of Film

A number of my friends seem to be flirting with film, and many forums have posts discussing the advantages of wet photography. I understand some of the reasons for this fling. In the case of […]

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