It’s late October and our tomatoes are out in force.
Thoughts. Photos. Errata.
It’s late October and our wildflowers are still going strong.
Sometimes I think of all the things I won’t write.
Charlie Mackesy’s illustrated book explores love, fear, acceptance and belonging. It’s a perfect anecdote for our anxious age.
Somehow, we stumbled out of New York City and into Rhode Island. It took a long time, it was a bit accidental, but we finally found home.
Giant caveats aside, capturing the spectacular of individual trees is much easier than capturing them in the woods. Let’s take a look.
Current photography with the occasional musing.
Things I think I thought about.
The future of propaganda is now. We’re watching it with China’s media response and social media control of information related to the Hong Kong protests.
Listening to covers affects how I hear and understand music. Here’s one that helped me rediscover John Coltrane’s Giant Steps. And here are a dozen others to make a point.
Self-driving cars are only as smart as the artificial intelligence controlling them. A new study indicates that the darker your skin, the more likely you are to be hit by one. There’s a simple, and unfortunate, reason why.
Nature shows are awesome. But what are they? Because they’re not quite documentaries.
A new Van Gogh exhibit has us wondering what the future of the museum might be.
America’s trash problem is growing and getting worse. China used to be our dumping ground. Now our waste has no place to go.