Resident Tweet

As the most recent instalment in the ongoing series “Look What The Cat Dragged In”, this is a different bird from that which I posted earlier (on Instagram, with video on YouTube). Whereas we did manage to find the home of the previous one (and we hope very much that it's doing well), this one... Continue Reading →

Red Twins

Random sighting of two ancient communication enclosures in Manchester, England, shortly prior to the Great Continental Exodus of the early Third Millennium, CE. Click to view larger version on Flickr ~ · ~“That belongs in a museum!”— Dr. Henry Jones, Jr.~ · ~ The apparent likeness to similarly sized and shaped portable enclosures for personal... Continue Reading →

Older photo from the back archives. Click image for a larger view on Flickr.com “I … was … here.” A temporary signature, on a slightly less temporary canvas, by a temporary being, in a slightly less temporary world. None of this is permanent. Photography is about capturing moments, as, if or when they happen. Mostly... Continue Reading →

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