St. Louis Comic Con

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Oh, all that armor! While this attendant was wearing what looked to be some heavy gear, she was smart and walked around with some family members to help. Her mother was funny about it and said that she now knows … Continued

250 Cakes of St. Louis 5

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No. 31 — Location, National Blues Museum – MX Complex; Artist, Mark Swain This week brings the cake total to 40. As I near the 20 % mark I’m noticing I’m going to have to change up my framing more … Continued

Who’s Who at Comic Con

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Katie and I hung out today in front on the St. Louis Comic Con to see the people in costume. We weren’t disappointed. The attendants put a lot of time and effort into dressing up and were also generally happy … Continued

Roadside Memorial

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This is the roadside memorial for Jada Williams, a 15-year old who died when the car she was a passenger in ran a stop sign, hit another car, and crashed into a tree. The images of the accident are horrific, … Continued

250 Cakes of St. Louis 4

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No. 26 — Location, Cherokee Business District; Artist, Sophia Dalphias-Brown Running late again so I will run light on the text. These five photos bring the cake hunt total to 30 — only 220 to go. In this series, I especially like No. … Continued

Pollocky Squirrel

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I have spent the evening writing a paper for work and am now having difficulty transitioning from my science voice to my blog voice. They are rather – uh – distinct. So let’s keep this simple. This is picture of a squirrel taken in … Continued

Mastodon State Historic Site

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Sunday found us at the Mastodon State Historic Site. It’s a nice little park and worth stopping by if you are in the area. Upon arrival, Katie and I were placed in a dark room – by ourselves – to watch a 15-minute video concerning … Continued