Month: May 2017

05.29.17 rain


My peonies do not appreciate the rain.

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05.27.17 uniform


My eldest child (age twenty-six) found the Brooklyn school uniform store and has now achieved her lifelong Madeline ambition.

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05.26.17 pruning


Byron pruning the roses. With, perhaps, not quite the right equipment.

Hot tip: never argue with a logician about any practical daily life issue. They prefer to apply deductive reasoning. Even when obviously misguided.

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05.25.17 blooming


The garden is blooming!


05.23.17 seaside


Coney Island

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05.17.17 new


Frank Lloyd Wright, Hilla Rebay, and Solomon Guggenheim with a model of the new museum.

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05.17.17 penmanship


Van Gogh had excellent penmanship.

Letter to John Peter Russell, 1888.

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05.17.17 football


The Football Players by Henri Rousseah c. 1908. His take on modern life, two years before he “died a pauper.”

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05.17.17 clone


My clone admiring The Break of Day by Paul Delvaux, 1937.

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