Monthly Archives: February 2007

tower

I need to do some research here. “tower” is a pretty weak title. I wish I know what this type of garden art was called.

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  • schmee02/28/2007 - 8:23 am

    i think it's called a pagodaReplyCancel

  • Lincoln02/28/2007 - 11:06 am
  • lauren02/28/2007 - 6:58 pm

    Glad to see you're back up, my love. I think that your blog is beautiful. It's a small but perfect glimpse into who you are.ReplyCancel

rose & raindrop

Rock! I was able to recover all my old posts/images/comments and port it over to the new server. Not sure if you were checking, but my entire web existence was down for about half the day yesterday. Being self-employed, this was a total eff’n crisis. I’ve moved everything to a hosting company with some credibility....

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    blue cruiser

    Portland’s a big bike town. Which you wouldn’t think because of the rain. But you can basically bike anywhere you need to. I could bike to the airport if I wanted. Check out this map. (pdf)

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    • Ed Hetherington02/26/2007 - 10:26 pm

      Michelle and I might need to move there. We have a map like that in Atlanta except that most of it is covered with the red lines.ReplyCancel

    • Lincoln02/27/2007 - 1:39 pm

      You guys would love it here. If you need to be sold, do the Bridge Pedal with us in August. They shut all the bridges down so everyone can bike across them. It's so cool.ReplyCancel

    e vs. m

    I have no idea who won this game/match/thing. Darts is like tennis for me. No matter how many times someone explains the rules, I still can’t remember how to play or keep score. 20 Love, what?

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      sweater vest

      I love that show on Discovery, Dirty Jobs. There was an episode I saw where Mike went and helped out a crew of guys salvage an old college dorm. The were ripping out toilets, walls, tiles, tubs; anything that had value. The stuff they pulled out looked like hell too and was covered with crap...

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        virginia

        Though I love Photoshop and all it’s tricks, I still think it’s important to know how to get it in camera in one shot. For weeks, the summer weather had been totally cloudless and hazy (which equals flat and boring landscapes). I kept going out to the location only to turn around after I had...

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          forest fog

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            roots

            Sorry for the delay. I’m still getting a hang of posting in a timely fashion. More from the Japanese Gardens. The weather is really dramatic today. I’m looking forward to doing some shooting later. If I can just get away…

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            • schmee02/21/2007 - 8:08 am

              damn moss is so deceptive. it's so lush and green and inviting, but as soon as you sit down you get the soaker of a lifetime. why can't it just be this pretty and completely dry?ReplyCancel

            entrance

            I highly recommend the Japanese Gardens if you come to Portland. Come on a cloudy day if can. The colors and textures evoke such soothing calm and you leave feeling so Zen, man.

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