Monthly Archives: June 2014

Beautiful: White Flowers

Flowers. I love flowers. I’m sure I’ve told you this before, but I think it bears repeating. What’s so great about flowers? Everything. First, there’s the sheer beauty of the things. They come in a range of pretty much every … Continue reading

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Beautiful: Forgotten Obelisk

I love the word “obelisk.” It has a beautiful flow to it, and it describes only one thing. When I say it, especially as I think about it in obsessive depth as for a blog post, the beginning “oh” lasts … Continue reading

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Project: Something New

Life is an incredibly interesting place. You never know what’s around the next corner, and you don’t know if it’s something beautiful or awful or revelatory. I recently got to stumble into something that was both beautiful and revelatory, and … Continue reading

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Beautiful: Lightning

I am not often in a location where I can get a great view of lightning. Usually, I’m someplace flat, right in the middle of the storm, which is just about the worst place to get photos of the lightning. … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Tre Macchiati

I don’t have a lot to say about this one. My wife and a friend and I went to a little cafĂ© in Rome for macchiati. My wife’s had cacao in some form on it rather than milk foam. It … Continue reading

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