Roar lion, roar


1. Great lion statue on Westminster Bridge 2. Thought the silhouette caused by the bright afternoon sun would be interesting. 3. Happy with the end result

The machine that…


    1. Sewing machine 2. Hipstamatic I got a few other interest images from this machine which I plan to post in the near term. Sorry, it was an interesting subject.

The moleskine project No. 4: The brand


Another installment in the moleskine project. No. 4 to be specific. For more of the project click here. I love Coke. Not diet coke. Not caffeine free coke. The real thing, preferably in a glass bottle with pure cane sugar.

Hardened


Saw this lock on a garden gate in the UK. I loved the contrast between the jagged brick wall in the background and the smooth steel of the lock. 1. 645 Pro 2. Snapseed

Walls of shrubs


1. Garden at Hever Castle. 2. An uncharacteristically boring title (I apologize, I won't let it happen again). 3. 645 Pro 4. Snapseed

A grand door


The last few weeks have been quite intense. Going on 40 straight days of work. Nonetheless, I have found a few minutes to put together a blog post. A grand door in Prague. 1. 645 Pro 2. Snapseed Prague has some of the best doors I have seen. This door faces onto a small alley.

Looking over your shoulder


I just stumbled upon a number of photos from Prague that I had not yet posted. Typical symptom of the iPhoneographer who takes to many photos (assuming that is possible). This is a great bridge across the Valtva. It's not as fantastic as the St. Charles but I love the views it provides. 1. 645 Pro 2.… Continue reading Looking over your shoulder

The moleskine project: No.3


  If you are curious about what the moleskine project, see my post here.   When I married my wife she gave me a pair of cufflinks. Then, there was something of a warm event at our house a few years ago. It required us to move out for several months. The evening of the… Continue reading The moleskine project: No.3

The moleskine project: No.1


I wrote last week about the moleskine project. This week I am posting my first entry. 1. This is a bullet from the Civil War. It clearly was never fired. I have often wondered about the story it would tell. Where it had been? In whose ammunition pouch did it reside? Where did the soldier that carried… Continue reading The moleskine project: No.1