Mr. Isaac’s Penny-Squishing Adventure

Meet Isaac, my 6 year-old nephew and professional mischief maker.   Prior to my arrival in Minnesota last week, he'd scaled my sister's refrigerator and downed a half bottle of Disney princess gummy vitamins.  Luckily, they were iron free.  My sister, Carole,  is now on a first name basis with both poison control and the Disney princess gummy …

Checking In

I stepped away from the dyslexic chaos I know as logarithms just before all of my grey matter unfolded this afternoon.   It's a good thing, because I need it for my Monday night exam.  What?  I promised not to talk about Algebra anymore?  Oh, yes....my apologies. I did treat myself to a photo walk this afternoon to …

Ready to Collapse

Flooding a couple of weeks ago provided a good backdrop for this collapsing railroad line.  Andy  and I spotted it at the same time as we drove down Squalicum Parkway, and he pulled a quick u-turn so I could get a few shots. 

What is It?

Here's another rusty thing from the railroad yard across from the Bellingham Marina.  I'm not sure what it is, but it made an interesting subject. Rust Canvas Project Camera:  Canon 40d

Everyone Needs an Andy

Skype conversation between Andy and I tonight - practice run for if, when I go to Ireland, things go very very badly: Me:  Hello?  Help!  I'm chained to an effin radiator in Galway! Andy:  Don't burn yourself. Me:  You don't care. Andy:  You're warm and have company.  What's there to be worried about? Me:  There's …

Camera-Shy

No trespassing??  Like I ever listen.  I did lose the lighting more quickly than I expected last night, so my train project didn't happen.  Instead, I took the path to the marina again and tried to make the most of what remaining light reflected off the clouds.  I happened to spot a Minnesota license plate as …