Man in a Garage With a Car [Photo]

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[Photo] March 1

Mr. Spoon

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Woman on an Escalator

I took this photograph without looking.  I held the camera on my left hip and clicked when I clicked.  There is a lot to be said about art by chance.
Dupont Circle subway stop Washington D.C. USA July 18 2012

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Front Door

Front Door

The Temperature Controller Adjuster Thing

The Temperature Controller Adjuster Thing

Mail Truck in Front of My House

Mail Truck in Front of My House

Windows Series V

Windows Series V

Windows at My New Place IIII

Windows at My New Place IIII

Windows at My New Place III

Windows at My New Place III

Windows at My New Place II

Windows at My New Place II

Windows at My New Place I

Windows at My New Place I

Woman in the Auditorium of the National Gallery of Art Before a Modern Japanese Film on Sunday

Woman in the Auditorium of the National Gallery of Art Before a Modern Japanese Film on Sunday

Umbrella Man and Traffic Lights on Sunday Morning

Umbrella Man and Traffic Lights on Sunday Morning

Spike Lee Upside Down Hm.

Spike Lee Upside Hm.

Woman in an Art Gallery

Woman in an Art Gallery

Dialogue for Video No. 2, Which I Haven’t Made Yet, Probably an Irreverent, Biased-Like-the-Washington-Post and Immature Take on a Sunday in the Life of Relevant Customers With Their Relevant 3 Year Olds in the Local Relevant Coffee Shop

TweetDear Myra Francophile – Your writing, an effective (or is it “affective”?) novel incarnation—veritable prose Haiku—is extra, extra extraordinary.  I like your repetitive and apparently habitual and unconscionable use of the words “epidermis” and “epidermal” during your descriptions of human, mammalian, unconscionable, beast-with-two-backs sexual intercourse.  Your words are more libidoesque, societally offensive and tasteless than […]