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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, [...]

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Grassfire

I really enjoy taking photographs of nature, especially flowers. My mother has the perfect garden for this. So many diverse flowers and they all are very beautiful. Thanks, mom, for all the photo ops, oh yeah, and that whole birth thing, that was pretty great of you too.

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Ballerinas

These pale flowers brought to mind the grace and figure of dancers at a ballet.