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forsythia

For Sythia

It’s just the total absurd purity of screaming yellow forsythia against a dazzling blue sky. I can remember when, as a little boy, I could

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hands

Supermarket Joy #33

For some reason it’s often the supermarket where I observe people experiencing moments of joy and where they transmit joy to me. Today, which is

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basement stairs

A Good Fall

Yesterday, going down the stairs to my basement, I fell. My shoes were wet and slippery and my feet went out from under me. I

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water reflections

Reflections

https://vimeo.com//898473998 Reflections was a three projector slide show I created while on a break from running my biz, The Slide Center in 1992. I was

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rock meadow

Rock Meadow

https://vimeo.com/898465316 This was a slideshow I made about Rock Meadow, a lovely bit of meadow, woods, and wetlands in Belmont, Massachusetts. For years, when living

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pooch dog

Doggie Joy

Been too long since a Moment of Joy penetrated my shell, but it happened this morning. During workout class, with all of us on the

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dove

Dove’s Wisdom

I have a bird feeder outside my office window so I, and Daisy the cat, can watch the birds from close up. I only feed

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sculpture painting

Painted Afternoon

Sitting under a tree painting the blank white parts of my latest sculpture with whichever pattern comes to be. It is sunny with gentle breezes,

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house wren babies

Sibling Intensity

Ok, so they are not bluebirds or anything exotic.  They are baby house sparrows. Their nests are nothing but crude piles of sticks. Wikipedia says

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graduates

Graduation

I photographed a number of college graduation events this week and this is an abstracted image from one of them. Graduation is a big deal,

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umbria 360

Umbria Spring 360

Fly the little drone on a hilltop in Umbria, Italy. Let it take in a 360 view of the countryside. It was only desperation for

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boy

The King of the Kids

I went to school in Mahopac from Kindergarden through 12th grade. And from the first days I showed up in school it was clear who

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