Burnin’ Love

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St. Louis is celebrating it’s 250th birthday. The events will continue all year but the festivities kicked off this month because in February of 1764 a 14-year old Auguste Chouteau, at the behest of the Laclede, Maxent & Company, planted his … Continued

Iceberg Straight Ahead

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I have no love for this fountain. I pass it regularly on my commute and because of the picturesque setting I am often inspired to photograph it. Many, many people are. The problems are, the ruins are fake and nearly … Continued

More Bridge

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With half the people on the new bridge over I70 taking the same pictures I spent a lot of time looking for something unique to shoot. In the first photo Katie and I were leaving the bridge and heading back … Continued

New Lens

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  I’m out of town and I’ve depleted my posting queue so I’m going to have to go on autopilot for the next couple of days. On the opening day of the new bridge on I-70 I was playing around … Continued

Orange Trim

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Warning, this post is dry. If my motivation for this blog is to improve my photography overall it would be useful to get a little geeky about what specifically I’m doing right and wrong and how I could make the … Continued

Condemned Roses

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I’m relatively new to the world of DSLRs so still enjoy fairly-regular, easily-achieved, epiphanies about the how’s and why’s of photography. This image represents one such epiphany.  Since opening the camera box in November my mind has been focused on … Continued

Squirrel

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One of my sisters has a thing for squirrels. Nutty. For Christmas last year she received this antique squirrel cookie jar with evil eyes. Because large ceramic cookie jars don’t travel well on planes we somehow took custodianship of the … Continued

Safety Is No Accident

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So if I refer to the passages between buildings and above ground as hamster tunnels, how should I refer to the underground corridors? The subterranean tunnels on the Wash U medical campus are as you would expect. They are long, … Continued

Hamster Tunnels

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The main thing that I dislike about St. Louis is the weather. I realize we are in the middle of a particularly cold winter but, in general, the summers are wretched hot, the winters dreary and the nice days of autumn … Continued

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