031/365: Gray bokay

031/365: Gray bokay

Near the end of today, I wanted to see some simple colors. My friend calls it adding a gaussian blur to the world. In this case, I set my 28mm wide open and enjoy the gentle, beautiful concentric circles of a bokeh against an otherwise gray day.

027/365: Under the El

027/365: Under the El

It’s freezing cold outside and after being indoors the entire afternoon, I decided to venture out and do some carshooting.

019/365: LC Smith No 5

019/365: LC Smith No 5

I am not a materialistic person, but this one of my two most favorite pieces. A humble servant of an bygone office area, she works like brand new and is used on a semi-regular basis to type letters. What a joy.

019/365: LC Smith No 5

019/365: LC Smith No 5

I am not a materialistic person, but this one of my two most favorite pieces. A humble servant of an bygone office area, she works like brand new and is used on a semi-regular basis to type letters. What a joy.

043/366: Good evening, moon

It’s so beautiful to see the moon out on such a crystal, clear night.

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011/365: Winter Bird Convention

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I was in search of ice today, but it wasn’t as exciting and I was hoping it would be. So I drove back off the harbor and found a whole flock of birds hanging out by these naked trees. They were so fascinating and, if you ask  me, they probably didn’t realize it was that cold out.

010/365: I obey

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Today I spent some of my bonus money on a superficial upgrade. About six people are interested in this upgrade. Two of whom have passed away. None of them are me.

Because…

I don’t feel like myself in a suit. Or long sleeve shirts. Or thongs. I feel comfortable in comfortable clothes. I like laying on the floor without having to worry about crushed baby Cheerios or dog pee.

And so…

I am a good boy. And good boys obey.

009/365: Ollie Pesca Fish

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For my fun-day Friday challenge I decided to take a fish of our silent (but deadly) goldfish Ollie. He silently watches us eat, get ready in the morning and is fascinated by our nine-month old in the only way a fish can be.

008/365: States of winter waters

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The snow continues to fall. Tonight I went out for a local view of the weather and noticed our storm door was frozen in some parts, water in some and clear in some. The hundred-year-old door is doing its job, but the new metal one isn’t.

007/365: Childs’ play

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We take a moment to pause after taking our nine-month old to the doctor for a bump on her head. The three of us played with this, not only as a distraction but because we were having fun.

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