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The Clown Olympics

kurt

The Clown Olympics hosted by The Brick Theatre in Williamsburg last night. Events ranged from ‘Solo Trips and Falls’ to ‘Kiddie Pool Synchronized Swimming’.

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Church Sign

jamie

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Denali

eric

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Only 30% of people visiting Alaska get to see the summit of the second highest peak in North America, because it is usually obscured by clouds. Fortunately, we were blessed with great weather.

Most people know it as Mt. McKinley but the locals prefer to use the original name, Denali, which means “The High One” in the Athabaskan language.

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Billboard At Night

jamie

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Light Slice

jamie

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Nydia

kurt

nydia.jpgspent the weekend down in DC and visited the National Gallery which is one of my favorite museums. it’s chuck full of masterpieces; the main rooms are all lit with natural light; and there’s a beautiful austerity to how the art is displayed. this is a photo that i took of Randolph Rogers’s marble statue entitled “Nydia, the Blind Girl of Pompeii”. carved in 1860. photography of a museum’s general collection is usually permitted. it’s the travelling shows that prohibit photographs.

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Summer Sky

jamie

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This a long exposure of the summer sky looking northeast. The Summer Constellations are the 17 constellations that fall between June and August. Some of the more famous ones are part of this group, including Sagittarius, Cygnus, Lyra, and Aquarius. This was taken from Long Island.

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Probably Not An Accident

eric

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Apparently, I’m not the only fan of music and/or irony.

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Man in portal

keegan

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Seafaring geezer seen aboard the S.S. John W. Brown in Boston. There was also a dogfight.

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It's OK in OB

eric

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Apparently, all I have to do is show up in California and the pictures just line up to be taken. I got lucky and snapped this one in Ocean Beach, San Diego, a few days ago.

I’m on my way to Alaska now. I hope to soon have more nature for you all.

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