Monthly Archives: September 2009

Pots and Pans

Pots and Pans

It’s Wednesday, and what better time for a little modulation, right? Last night, I got a speeding ticket. At least I assume so… as one of …

 

Stratigraphy

Stratigraphy

After working for 20 years at various companies, shops, and boutiques; I decided to take a stab at things on my own (owed in no …

 

Garden of Zen

Garden of Zen

This morning, I listened to an NPR interview with Karen Armstrong about her new book “The Case for God”. The discussion surrounded the current state …

 

Adios, Douche Bag

Adios, Douche Bag

Happy Graffiti Friday everyone! Yesterday marks my first missed post since the blog started in August. I started up the ol’ thinkin’ machine, dropped fingers-to-keys for …

 

A rusty bridge to nowhere

A rusty bridge to nowhere

Continuing with the theme, today’s snapshot was taken on Alcatraz island, as I slipped away from the group tour and started exploring out on my …

 

Shadow of a Doubt

Shadow of a Doubt

Figured I would expand on yesterday’s post with another shot from the garden. The day was frigid-cold, and the wind was bustling and icy. Ill prepared …

 

Please Do Not Touch.

Please Do Not Touch.

This sign sits outdoors in the middle of Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park, amidst massive public works of raw, rusty metal. These are gravity defying beasts …

 

Layers of Citrus with Scribbles

Layers of Citrus with Scribbles

I often used to ride Caltrain from San Jose to Redwood City. It was a wonderfully peaceful way to start and end the long workday …

 

Moving Shadows

Moving Shadows

Today was rough for no particular reason. I found myself pushing ideas and thoughts and streams of consciousnes around like a baggage handler, through the …

 

Blue Perspective

Blue Perspective

Had dinner with a good friend last night to celebrate his new job; then headed over to another buddy’s birthday celebration. Both interactions involved a …

 

The Forgetting Machine

The Forgetting Machine

Had the wonderful opportunity last night to attend Arthur Ganson’s talk at September’s Long Now lecture. He spoke about machines and art and the process …

 

Hood Anal Bridge

Hood Anal Bridge

Found this hilarious topographical map modification on a ferry up in Washington. I’m sure that everyone around thought I was a complete dope, but it …