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The Photoblog Collection

Dear blogger friends, and normal people, I’m up to my creative eyeballs with a new in-development film project, as well as doing background research for my in-progress Memoirs. So I’m on a weeklong blogging hiatus, of sorts. Meanwhile, may I … Continue reading

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Playful, Whimsical Homes

Work is where we, well, work. But our homes are where we play. So why not let our homes play with us? These houses, furnishing and decorations do something rare and valuable: They make us smile! Click on any image … Continue reading

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Ahhctober!

Autumn colors will peak this month in most of the Northern Hemisphere. How inspiring is it? If you google “landscape paintings,” over half the images you see will have been painted in October. Ditto photographs. And if you’re south of … Continue reading

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Animals: What’s Not to Love?

I’m on record as a card-carrying animal-lover. But, I mean, what’s not love? Enjoy your weekend! Click on any image to enlarge it, to read caption, or to begin slide show.

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Summer 2021, Thanks for the Meme-ories

Summer 2021 was odd, but we pretended it wasn’t. And now that Autumn is coming, we’re conflicted. But then, we’re human, so we feel that way every year (see quotes at the end). Summer 2021, we hardly knew you. Click … Continue reading

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50 Animal Caricatures

I’ve posted some heavy stuff this week. So it seems time for a lighthearted break, in this case combining two things I love: animals and caricatures. I drew caricatures regularly as a kid, although not so much now; I’m strictly … Continue reading

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“To See the World in a Grain of Sand”

It’s hard to believe that William Blake wasn’t looking through a microscope when he wrote those words. I was astonished when, as a kid, I read Richard Matheson’s sci-fi classic The Shrinking Man, and realized creation is not only infinitely … Continue reading

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Faces, Faces Everywhere!

Is anything more human than to see shapes, especially faces, in nature, in everyday objects, in shadows? They fascinate us, amuse us, and occasionally scare us. Why? Because, well, we’re human. Click on any image to enlarge it, to read … Continue reading

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Most Ridiculous Knock-Offs Ever!

Internationally-marketed brands are easily the most plagiarized thing on the planet. Ever since I spotted Fruit-of-the-Moom t-shirts in a store window on my first trip out of the U.S., I’ve enjoyed the often laugh-out-loud lengths enterprising marketers will go to … Continue reading

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Time for a Feel-Good Friday the 13th!

Most of us aren’t terribly superstitious, but some people are, and Friday the 13ths are particularly terrifying for them. As for the rest of us, well, while today may be the only Friday the 13th this year, the never-ending pandemic … Continue reading

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