Tag Archives: photography

Feeling good

After my last post, and especially at the dawn of a new a year, it seems fitting to hit the reset button and start at a different starting point. Musings to come in a subsequent post; for now, a three-part … Continue reading

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Sun-day Afternoon

The song playing in my mind (and now on my laptop) is “Tuesday Afternoon” by the Moody Blues, although for the better part of three hours I was singing “Sunday afternoon” to myself. Tuesday, afternoon, I’m just beginning to see, … Continue reading

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Sunday morning cafe

I get lost in words — on the page, spoken by others around me, the new ones that swirl with the old ones in my head. Smells, sweet and savory, waft in my direction and then move swiftly away. The … Continue reading

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It’s too hot

This was about to turn into a rant about heat, humidity, and the horribly oppressive weather the east coast has been suffering for the past several days… But instead, I’ll just share a few pics from the weeks I spent … Continue reading

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A tale of two Wimbledons

Wimbledon — Take 1 Tuesday, Wimbledon Day 2. The travelers are weary, but spirited. Picadilly from Russell Square to District Line to Wimbledon transfer from Earl’s Court. The travelers are surrounded by even more spirited event-goers: faces painted, outfits coordinated, … Continue reading

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Brighton beach memoirs

Ventured out to Brighton today to gather with some colleagues; this was the view from our Brighton colleague’s flat: What must be the sensation of looking out and seeing the tide ebb and flow ad infinitum just steps away? … … Continue reading

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‘Spacious’ living

When I emailed my aunt and uncle to let them know that I was once again back in Londontown, my aunt cheekily asked whether I had returned to the ‘spacious’ flat where I had stayed for several months last year. … Continue reading

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A sampling of one photo a day

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Lilies at sunset

my one for today. and, thanks to the yahoo/flickr merger that allots each user one terabyte of storage, the totality of my photographic experimentations whilst on sabbatical have once again been restored. (at least until the system becomes yet another … Continue reading

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Summer agenda

Since last September, the trials and tribulations of institutional academic life have applied ample psychic weight to my daily consciousness and have indeed dominated my waking (and sleeping) hours. But the spring semester has ended and June is nearly here … Continue reading

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And, so… (Part 1)

When your reading list looks like this, there’s only one thing to do.

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March redemption

After playing with our emotions and getting on our bad sides, March is trying to squeeze in some points for good behavior. Early spring sky, double take

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Impeccable sky

hello persephone, nice to see you again.

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The gifts of solitude

“Make your ego porous. Will is of little importance, complaining is nothing, fame is nothing. Openness, patience, receptivity, solitude is everything.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke “The WPA was a national program that operated its own projects in cooperation with state … Continue reading

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Traces of Sandy still linger

Imagine people — walking, jogging, strolling with dogs on leashes, drinking in the ocean while seated on benches — on a boardwalk that once was.

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