Monthly Archives: December 2008

Getting Close

So, here we are at the beginning of the final week of 2008. We’re getting close to the end of this year and the beginning of the next – and, thankfully, to the end of the Bush administration and the … Continue reading

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Saturnalia

So, today is December 25 – the time around which the ancient Romans celebrated the pagan festivals of the Saturnalia and Sol Invictus, which the Christians basically took over and turned into Christmas in the fourth century. Whatever it may … Continue reading

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Hard Act to Follow

Today is Sunday and I stayed home. After putting in four ten hour days at the office this past week, plus another eight hours of overtime yesterday, it was good to be able to sleep late and try to take … Continue reading

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OT and more

I began working overtime at my office yesterday and put in my first ten-hour day of this year’s busy season. I’ll probably have to put in the same hours just about every day for the next four weeks to try … Continue reading

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Another Busy Week

The photo you see here at the top is one I made of model Kerie Hart a couple of years ago using Kodak 35mm infrared film. It has absolutely nothing to do with today’s posting, but I thought I’d put … Continue reading

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Quickie

Just a brief posting from me tonight. I don’t want to go another full week without a post, and I’ve got neither much to report nor the time to write much. I haven’t done much photographically since my last time … Continue reading

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Iceland and Honest Abe

I wrote recently that I’ve been going through my negatives trying to catalog them to make it easier to find things. Among the earliest black & white negatives from my ‘serious’ (1995 onward) era are those from a roll of … Continue reading

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