Red Shirts on Beach

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If I have one photography goal this year it is to get over my hangups about asking people if I can take their picture. I saw these two on the west bank of the icy Mississippi River the other day. They … Continued

Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge

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The brand new Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge for I-70 was open today for pedestrian traffic. Secretly, I was concerned about the event because Katie mentioned there was supposed to be something like 20,000 people in attendance and the guy … Continued

St. Louis Fab.

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There is an episode of the Simpsons where Homer takes Bart to a steel mill to teach him how to be manly. Much to Homer’s dismay it out to be a gay steel mill where they work hard and they play … Continued

Crates!

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What are these crates used for? They are colorful buggers, and small as far as crates go. I’ve never seen anything like them. If you zoom in a few have the words ‘Ford’ and ‘automotive’ written on them but also ‘tare … Continued

Sculpture in BFE

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Kickham Boiler and Engineering is in north St. Louis next to a truck stop. The business has a sparse and expansive lawn in the middle of which is a welded-eggish sculpture.So, here is a little public art in the middle … Continued

Car Show

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While driving around the other day we came across a car show. Car lust isn’t really my thing, so we didn’t go in, but there is no denying that  pretty cars are pretty. Besides, there were plenty of high end … Continued

Half Street

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This must be an old sign. There is a Half Street in St. Louis but it begins a few blocks north of this sign and is all of two-blocks long. This picture was taken in a parking lot off Manchester … Continued

Super Ellen

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On Super Bowl Sunday I was at work running an isothermal titration calorimetry experiment. It’s one of those experiments that you set it and forget, but you don’t really forget it because something will surely go wrong if you do. … Continued

Yellow Outhouse

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Bleh, I like the composition of this photo but the color lacks oomph and I wish the edges were sharper. Perhaps I’ll return in the spring when the grass is greener.Still,  there is something satisfying about partitioning the field of … Continued

Stalking Arch

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On our Sunday drive we decided to meander up an industrial corridor that runs by the river through North St. Louis. One of our stops during our meander was behind Al’s Restaurant on Biddle Street so that Katie could photograph … Continued