No more sob stories and the Inigo in all of us
To dive head first into the concrete, it’s been over 17 years since i’ve seen my father. He died of a lung cancer that is still almost as universally terminal now as it was when it ravaged his healthy never-smoked-ran-frequently-and-far-ate-oatmeal-tuna-and-veggies-for-breakfast-everyday body.
On the other hand, i do hear his voice. No nearly often enough, but when in need of it i can remember…
Primary Wall April 2014, South Pasadena, California
Quick and dirty video experiment looking at the strangeness/surrealness of travel. My impetus is the déjà vu/simultaneity strangeness of between two places you know well/when it involves a long flight/when there is a plane or train at all.
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I’ve Got Stripes
I’ve got stripes
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, March 2013
Capitol Reef National Park, August 2013
Shoulda posted this on the 31st: An End of the World
Andrew Bird in LA
My website has more than a landing page again! New Post: Andrew Bird in LA
Gezelligheid: Dutch abstract noun (adjective form gezellig) which, depending on context, can be translated as convivial, cosy, fun, quaint, or nice atmosphere, but can also connote belonging, time spent with loved ones, the fact of seeing a friend after a…
Utah, Part 1
Finally: Utah, Part 1
In November, i spent about a week up on the Colorado Plateau, winding my way up the Grand Staircase and spending not nearly enough time at f i v e ! of the National Parks in Utah’s share of the region. I’ve always been a sucker for red rock country. It…
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