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Flowers for Algernon

When I see this note I wrote and stuck on my door (with my right hand – stroke hand) I am always reminded of the movie Charlie (from the book: Flowers for Algernon). One day somebody brought a few of my prints to sign, and I realized I could no longer use my right hand […]

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drawings from the library

A while back I wrote about finding this guy doing pen-and ink drawings in the Library of the Castle. They would make an amazing animation. Like my sister (N.) always says to me: You keep thinking ,Butch. That’s what you’re good at. And the Sundance Kid grins to himself. It’s a joke that Butch doesn’t […]

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Library Lady

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Have u ever noticed

as you get older, that it’s the little things that occupy you the most? When we were young, it was the vietnam war, give peace a chance and why can’t we all live together? And now I’m upset because somebody in the castle (where I make a tolerable impression of living) stole my walking cane? […]

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Street Irony

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Central Park Giga

One advantage of using stitched images is that good software will undo the natural vertcals. In other words, if you took one photograph with a wide enough lens to take this scene, it would induce vertical perspectives (converging lines.) When you are working with a grid of images – well this is how NASA or […]