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February 28, 2005

Street light


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Snowy night


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February 27, 2005



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February 25, 2005



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February 24, 2005

Main street


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February 23, 2005

Bridge Street


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February 21, 2005

Cafe Savannah

Main Street south of State

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My neighbor's barn

This is the view from my bathroom window. If you want details, you'll have to read them in my other blog (legalities).

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February 20, 2005

Tower Square


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February 19, 2005

Main near Bridge

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February 18, 2005

Bus blogging


Hey, does this photo look familiar? Of course I am not the first WMass blogger to be so honored by fellow-bus-riding-blogger Mr. Pierce, and I don't have a cute pet in my photo, but I'm still pretty tickled. Pray my server doesn't crash.

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February 17, 2005

Bus stop


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February 16, 2005

Getting reacquainted with an old friend


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February 15, 2005


Longhill Street near Sumner Avenue, 6 p.m.

That weird red streak is a reflection off of the car window. Next time I see a really great shot coinciding with a red-light, I really should open the window. Actually, I should just go over there with a tripod and take a proper shot of this consistently lovely view (and hope the neighbors don't mistake me for a peeping tom).

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February 14, 2005

Reading list

I've been binge-reading since Christmas (thanks to Amazon wishlists). The verdict so far:

  • I think I like Bob Dylan's prose better than his lyrics—he is more colorful and nowhere near as cranky on paper

  • The Bob Dylan and Edith Wharton memoirs have more in common that you would think (until she gets bogged down in the dinner party circuit, which gets even duller than Ethan Frome)

  • The Wilco book was about what I expected

  • Tony Pierce's book hung together better than I expected (and I expected to enjoy it)—here's hoping he gets a car and real writing job soon, though I think he should keep taking the bus to work.

  • Marilyn Robinson's book was sorely disappointing—Gilead isn't bad, exactly, but the world it creates is nowhere near as fully realized as the one in Housekeeping, still one of my favorite books of all time

  • City is interesting, but it will take me some time to get through it. Crummy weather just makes me want to curl up with Proust or something.

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February 11, 2005


Sumner Avenue, morning.

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February 10, 2005



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February 7, 2005



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February 5, 2005

State Street


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February 4, 2005

Yet more snow


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February 3, 2005



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February 2, 2005

Dirty snow


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February 1, 2005

Main Street

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