Monthly Archives: March 2014

Steam Heat: I can’t get warm

This March has been one of the coldest on record. We have lived here since 1981, and NEVER has Paper Goods Pond been iced over in March. This photo was taken on March 15. Three years ago at this time, … Continue reading

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Let Me Roll It: “I can’t tell you how I feel.”

This is a composite photo, both images taken with the LensBaby Zoneplate optic. I just got it, and it’s fun to play with the moody effects. This couple is walking together, but there’s still a sense of cool distance between … Continue reading

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High Noon: “I do not know what fate awaits me”

A young boy, and all his future before him…all of it uncertain.

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Rave On: The little things you say and do that make me want to be with you…

Aidan says, “I love you, Mamo,” and my heart dissolves. He gives me a drawing he made at school, and my heart dissolves. He wants me to get down on the floor to play with him, and my heart dissolves. … Continue reading

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Think Too Much: Everything’s funny, everything’s sunny; you take out your money…

On Tuesday, we went for dinner at a tapas restaurant. We got there early, before the after-work crowd arrived. the bartender had time to schmooze with her only customer.

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Upside down: Butterfly

Here in New England, it’s been one of the coldest winters on record, and February has been one of the snowiest. No respite in sight for March. And so it is a blessing to go to the annual Flower Show … Continue reading

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