I was trying to get the house, then fell for the man.
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I’ve posted my first story for Travel Indie, an increasingly awesome resource for people who travel outside the guidebooks! Wahoo travel!

Speaking of, cannot wait for Copenhagen, Hamburg, and Berlin!

Dreaming of warmer outdoor times (though if memory serves me it was quite chilly that day), I’m posting a pic from the day of the New York Marathon, 2008. On Berry Street in the autumnal twilight, it looks as though Gatorade grows on trees.

 

someone was thirsty

My Saturday mornings now include an early F-train to Park Slope, and thus the Smith/9th Street Station–my new infatuation…

approaching

approaching

village vista

village vista

signage

signage

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After an extremely long hiatus I am back at this again.  I am modifying my mission here, but only somewhat: just before every mobile phone had a camera, I wished for an eye-camera so I could take pictures of things I see with my eyes and save them.  Now I DO have a phone camera (and not much else on the photo-technology front).  It may not be iPhone, it may not even be that clear (sorry NFT!) but when I can manage to hustle it out of my bag without fumbling and get it ready before whatever notable scene/event/artsy-ironic-b.s. has disappeared, I capture it with the-next-best-thing-to-an-eye-camera.

And here is where I shall present it.  This is an open invitation to get in my head, if you’ve really got so little else to do.  For those who know my 24″-melon, there’s obviously a lot of room, but for anything else you find here/there there’s no disclaimer.

Blogging.   W00t.