Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Last Flight of a Sparrow

Sometimes what looks like freedom is not. Below you will find a photograph I took many years ago. It is a sparrow who had the misfortune of getting caught in the mesh of a chain link fence – there to … Continue reading

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The Ceramic Duck

Somewhere in this great big world of ours (in this case China) stands a factory churning out ceramic ducks by the truckload. The duck depicted is a superior example of the hundreds of ceramic ducks I’ve seen over the years. … Continue reading

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Oscar Pistorius Does NOT have PTSD

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