Glasses up

This is how it is for me too, since the optometrist said bifocals were an option, but the bottom prescription would not have any correction. The other approach is simply to remove your glasses when wanting to see something up close. So now I put my glasses up when working, or set them aside and […]

First snow

Of the season that is. And though it wasn’t particularly deep and there was a layer of ice under it all, it scratched the itch, blanketing the neighborhood in a quiet moment of transformation.

Birthday at Junkers

Dan Montgomery was celebrating his halfway point to 90. A group of friends joined in to celebrate at the local tavern, then braved the cold for cocktails across the neighborhood.

Interior, garage

Walking back from the pop-up ramen shop in the joint that was a pop-up Applebees for Halloween. It’s all about experiences these days, and I’m totally cool with experiences. (The ramen was good.)

The start of a darkroom

We’ve had a darkroom at Wire & Twine for years to make our screens, but never the capability to do black and white photography prints. Today? All the pieces we’ve been collecting over the years came together and I poured my first batch of processing chemicals and met with general success, printing photos directly from […]

Living Room

Let’s try this “before and after” plugin… My fireplace is now hooked up. Hat tip to Bromwell’s. Now my living room feels complete. Another tip of the hat to John Senhauser Architects for transforming the building.

Icy Fog


I was going to title this post “Weird” but frankly? This is totally more intriguing than weird—a word that gets overused as much as awesome. (Guilty.) Anyway, someone arranged all these flags around piles of leaves and trees in a tiny park in Northside. I think they’re fun. UPDATE: These are part of an installation […]

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