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The Razor’s Edge

When taking pictures I’m often drawn to the razor’s edge: a contrast in color so stark that it seems improbable, as if rendered in a Warhol print. A light rain plinked on us as I walked with my children towards … Continue reading

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An Empty Dock at Dusk

Satchel Paige has been credited with warning, “Don’t look back. Something might be gaining on you,” I did it anyway. I surveyed my “lookback,” prepared for me by a social network algorithm that uses snippets of members’ internet pasts. The … Continue reading

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Homer Nods

No, not that Homer. The bureaucratic world has handed me countless fatiguing waits in the elusive hope of finding a real human to whom to pose a question not encompassed by pressing “1” through “7” in some institution’s demonic “customer … Continue reading

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Blogiversary!

Exactly one year ago, with considerable technical assistance from my daughter, I began the adventure of blogging.  I thought it might be a good way to organize my thoughts and keep a circle of family and friends enlightened as my … Continue reading

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