Saturday, October 31, 2009

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween
Bridger throws the book at me.

Halloween Lion in the Road
Turner walks the line.

This looks like a composite but it isn't. The reflectivity of the paint makes it look like my son the lion is floating a little. No children were harmed in the making of this photo... our little village is pretty much turned over to trick or treaters on Halloween.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Schizophrenic Airport Sushi Bar

Schizophernic Airport Sushi Bar

... is the perfect antidote to Friday night business travel.

Elixir for Friday Night Business Travel

7:10 pm
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
Detroit, Michigan

And here's the rest of the story... The 9:35 pm flight boarded on time, but didn't leave until 10:30 pm. There wasn't a gate for our plane in Boston and we parked for 30 minutes. By the time baggage arrived, I had lost my will for the 2.5 hour pre-dawn drive home. My head hit the pillow at an airport hotel a little after 2:00 am.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

October in the Neighborhood

You'll find images from all over the country on Joe Blog. These photographs were all made within 10 miles of my house. There isn't much more inspiring than October in New Hampshire. It's the best time of the year.

Leaf Bridge
Forrest Brook, Madison Cascades
Madison, NH

Forrest Brook
Forrest Brook, Madison Cascades
Madison, NH

Fall Color
Eaton, NH

Sunday, October 11, 2009


Wish you were here!

Beach Path
Goose Rocks Beach, Maine

Horizon Line
Goose Rocks Beach, Maine

Chevrolet and Lobster
Cape Porpoise, Maine

Portland Head Light
Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Encounters with Giant Corn

The night before last I was lucky enough to avoid my "lonely business man eating a burger at the bar" impression when some new colleagues treated me to Mexican food and some great company. They knew I'm a bit of camera geek and asked if had taken any pictures in Columbus. I hadn't and made a comment about not finding much inspiration in suburban Ohio. After a minute, they told me I should go out to Dublin and check out the giant corn. It stuck me kinda funny that there should be giant corn, but I didnt' think much more about it.

At 5:30 am this morning I was somehow wide awake and guess what I couldn't stop thinking about? There had been a frost overnight and it was cold. I forgot a jacket on this trip and Avis forgot an ice scraper but made the trek anyway. I sort of got lost and ended up battling commuter traffic snarls. But eventually I found it. Amazingly, right in the middle of office park hell the fog revealed giant corn. Get the rest of the story here

Giant Corn II

Giant Corn I
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