From Word a Week Photographs, this week's one word challenge is WAITING. And here, from the Worcester branch of Massachusetts' Registry of Motor Vehicles, the final statement in waiting.
Everyone loves their cell phone except me, or anyway that's how it feels. I know there are other people like me who are not enchanted with the technology, but it's dreadfully unfashionable to express an anti-cell phone opinion. I am not a fan. It's not because I'm stodgy and old, though I'm probably both those … Continue reading WHY I DON’T LOVE CELL PHONES
Our nearest city is Worcester. It's an old city with enough grit to be interesting. This part of town is one of the oldest and architecturally more interesting -- to me -- than the newer areas. Also, the vintage hot dog restaurant with its huge dripping neon sign is a wonderful place for a photographer.
Dan Brown's Inferno is a page turner. The author has created a highly successful formula for his best sellers. They are entertaining, fast-paced. Inferno is no exception. In this adventure sent in Italy and loosely following stuff drawn from Dante Alighieri's Inferno, he offers readers a sense of inclusion, as if we are all reading … Continue reading WHAT A GUY! DAN BROWN’S INFERNO
In a hot dog joint in Worcester, the family dines together. American style. Plus, for your enjoyment, one of rock and roll's great songs - Don McClean's American Pie.