Category Archives: current photos

HOW MUCH SWEETER DOES IT GET?

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THE MATTERHORN

As a kid living in Fullerton, adjacent to Anaheim, I saw the Disneyland Matterhorn a lot. Although I traveled in Switzerland a few times as an adult, I never thought of going to see the real Matterhorn. Todd and I … Continue reading

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HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE WINTER SOLSTICE!

The grounds at Wood’s Landing, where Todd and I live in Annapolis.

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THE JFK ASSASSINATION: AMERICA’S ULTIMATE MYSTERY

Perusing one of my railroad books, ‘Down South’ on the Rock Island, by Steve Allen Goen (La Mirada, CA: Four Ways West Publications, 2002), I came across the photo and caption reproduced below. (Ignore the Brook Hollow ad.) The photo was … Continue reading

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SHOW ME THOSE MUSCLES, SON.

If you’re a gay man and you haven’t seen the blog https://jeffcopebrandon.tumblr.com/ you are in for quite a treat.

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JOHNS HOPKINS MAGAZINE COVER, SPRING 2017: THE IMPORTANCE OF POINT OF VIEW

Point of view–how a story is told–is all important, as illustrated by this Marshall Clarke photograph, in which either the photographer (or perhaps the cover editor?) got the POV just right for this action shot to herald the article “Fast … Continue reading

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GRAND CANYON DINING: FIGS WRAPPED IN BACON AND MOUNTAIN LIONS IN THE SHADOWS

  Todd and I had never heard of figs wrapped in bacon until thirty-some years ago, reading aloud Canadian author Robertson Davies’ Tempest-Tost (1951). In the book a patron of a small town theatrical group has figs wrapped in bacon … Continue reading

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