Since I started this Lent photo challenge, I’ve gotten stuck by two short trains. This 42-second video is proof. I will interpret these recent events as if Jesus himself were whispering in my ear saying, “Slow down, Mr. Dan. Don’t listen to that Kerouac cat. Burning the candle at one end (not both!) will make …
I’m a bit of a navel gazer, so I tend to reflect inwardly – on mortality, digestion, life. You know, the usual stuff. 2018 InstaLent Photo Challenge
My neighbors Dave and Sara customized a bus, and last year launched The International, “a new fine dining food truck and chef’s table in Madison, WI.” Check it out at @intlfoodtruck. The exterior wood panels are gorgeous, and the interior is all stainless steel featuring a 12-burner stove and sinks with running water. Trust me, …
Personal note or personnel note? For those who don’t draw a line between work and personal. I’m learning to be more that way. 2018 InstaLent Photo Challenge
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Lifeguard on duty. 2018 InstaLent Photo Challenge
William Faulkner’s grave in Oxford, Mississippi. Photo taken in 1996 with my Yashica-Mat LM. “My mother is a fish.” That’s a memorable line from his novel As I Lay Dying, which I read for a high school English class.
I found this decaying chapel in rural Mississippi in 1996 with my Yashica-Mat LM. At the time, I felt it said a lot about rural Mississippi. It probably still does.
Got out on my bike yesterday and bumbled around the north shore. 2018 InstaLent Photo Challenge
I’m praying for this rain to end. Oops, I meant I’m praying for this train to end. It’s the simple things, right? Also in my prayers are elders in my life with various maladies. Actually, the train was short. 2018 InstaLent Photo Challenge