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Chicken Adobo and Homemade Butter

This will be my first real food post, so I am excited! I have been working on culinary enrichment lightly for the last couple of weeks. With Summer quarter classes and work it has been rather busy, but I have actually accomplished and photographed TWO of these incidents (thanks mostly to my mom calling me [...]

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Waiting For Inspiration (and some seemingly random portraiture while we wait)

Oh hi there. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I’ve been pretty overwhelmingly busy over the last couple of weeks. However, I do apologize to you, Reader, for essentially being a slacker. Here is what has been going on, in case you were wondering. -Moved out of old apartment. -Moved into new apartment. -Attended concert [...]

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Somewhere Over the Rainbow…

…well, better make that UNDER the rainbow. The Seattle Pride Parade and Festival took place this last Sunday, and it was quite amazing. I didn’t really know what to expect (other than a lot of rainbow-coloured items and, well, lots of LGBT folks) but it turned out to be a pretty great experience. When we [...]

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Where the (Somewhat) Wild Things Are

What a disgrace. My boyfriend RJ and I have been living within walking distance of the Woodland Park Zoo for over a year now and had yet to see a single elephant, meerkat, or hippo until yesterday. I guess it’s been a combination of a lack of time, money, and warm weather that’s kept us away, [...]

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Industrial Columns

The remains of possibly an old pier from the heyday of my hometown. I wonder if the railroad magnates and prostitutes looked out at these same posts when they were new.

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Freedom

Although this may not be the best photo, I was really happy with the way that it turned out. I took this on a typical rainy day in Washington while we were in line for the ferry (another typical thing in Western WA). This is the first bird-in-motion photo that has turned out for me, [...]