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What the Heck Is a Puttony, Anyway?

Hungarians, like many people, love their traditions. If you’re a fan of sweet Tokaji wines, you’ve probably seen references to three, four, five, or even six “puttonyos” classifications. This refers to the number of baskets of grapes inoculated with the … Continue reading

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Tower and Bridge

Who doesn’t love the Eiffel Tower today? It’s one of the most photographed things on the planet, so making a unique image of it is quite challenging, but that’s what photographers live for. It was a cold, wet spring day, … Continue reading

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Winch Hook, Evans Creek, WA, USA

No words for this one. Enjoy it how you like.

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Steel Reflection, Seattle, USA

I started this post over 12 hours ago, and forgot what I was going to say about it. Now it's bedtime.

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Self-portrait, Athens, Greece

A friend needed to check out some fireplace gear. The shop was too small for two people, so I stood out on the street and did a self-portrait in the reflection of a spinning chimney guard. The guys who ran … Continue reading

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