Monthly Archives: September 2009
Sometimes I put things that I find on the ground in odd places, just to see what happens. It stayed balanced longer than I expected it to.
I don’t get flowers at work, although I did get a ginger plant the other day. Which was fabulous. (It didn’t stay at work. It came home with me, so that it would maybe get sunlight.) Also, if you look … Continue reading
There is a town in New York called Horseheads. I think it was New York, anyway; it did blur into Pennsylvania rather. (If you can’t see the picture properly, I’m sorry. It was very dark. Also, I was in a … Continue reading
Almost. It needs ends sewn in, and it turns out that using two wildly different yarns makes strange shapes that aren’t squares. But that there is a nearly finished blanket made of Ecowool and handspun red stuff (I think it … Continue reading
Algiers is this lovely coffee shop and restaurant in Harvard Square, where they will serve you delicious coffee with mint and things. The darling people at the table in the corner were talking about deconstruction – which is always fascinating … Continue reading
On the surface, this doesn’t look like much of a picture, does it? But it does, in fact, communicate exactly why I love shooting pictures from strange angles with odd cameras without actually looking.