Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Lilac Tree

‘The Lilac Tree’ features a natural field recording of a Blackbird in full song. Recorded 17 May 2016, Saham Hills, Norfolk, England. Source: The Lilac Tree (Note from me: Sounds like R2D2 here and there😄)

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Tenacity (or, “Life finds a way.”)

At first glance this probably looks like my usual abstract, geometrical whatever type of photo. (It surprises me to realize I even have a “usual” type of photo . . . ) But look again. Can you see it? That delicate little spiral … Continue reading

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Blue Skies over the MSOE Campus Center / Blatz Brewery Bottle House

It’s been a nose-to-the-grindstone kind of day. Reading lots of student drafts in my two sections of film studies and compiling/composing feedback for the debate teams in my freshman studies class. I got to work shortly after 8:00 this morning and will be … Continue reading

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Fallen Petals in Wet Grass

When the spring rains come, the litter of magnolia petals and crab apple blossoms somehow reminds me of the Ezra Pound poem, “In a Station of the Metro”: The apparition of these faces in the crowd: Petals on a wet, … Continue reading

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