18
Apr
15

Tulips

I visited the State Capitol this week. The flowers were out.

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16
Feb
15

Colors

Warm colors of rocks beneath the icy water surface

Warm colors of rocks beneath the icy water surface

16
Feb
15

More ice

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Subfreezing temperatures have me exploring the ice in the creek in my back yard.

10
Jan
15

Ice

A few days of subfreezing temperatures and our creek becomes iced over.

Iced over creek

07
Jan
15

Winter Garden

Flowers don’t do well at 12 degrees.

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22
Dec
14

In which I give #WordPress advice

realitytourist:

Come on, WordPress, don’t try to make it easier, try to make it better.

Originally posted on Infinitefreetime.com:

(Note: I typed this in the old editor, too.)

Dear WordPress:

Let’s talk about your new stats screen for a bit.  I put up a one-sentence post a few hours ago to confirm that other people feel the same way I do, and it’s amassed eighteen comments and twenty likes in that time, so I’m pretty sure I’m not on my own here.  I’ve been actively blogging on your site for about a year and a half, although I’ve had the account for several years longer than that, and I spend a lot of time obsessing about my stats.  An unhealthy amount of time, in fact.

You recently changed your stats page, and by a number of indications you seem to be interested in user feedback on it.  However, using your feedback form really didn’t give me a chance to explain what I actually dislike about it.  It could be…

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17
Dec
14

Art in the Street

A recent visit to Louisville, Kentucky, revealed some interesting examples of art right out in public.

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Here and there were sculptures doubling as bicycle racks.

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And an awesome piece of art by Alexander Calder! “The Red Feather,” 1975.

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