- Adventures in Commuting
- Animated GIF
- Blast from the Past
- Curious Clutter
- Domestic Bliss
- Drawer Cards
- Friday Five
- Glorious Food
- It Came From the Sketchbook
- Italian Market
- Lovin' from the Oven
- Monkey & Bird
- Movie Matinee
- Mrs. Crankipants
- Musical Cruelty
- photo manipulation
- Pixels Versus Pigment
- Step Away From The Pastry Bag
- Stuff Joe Likes
- The Capewell Glass Negative Collection
- The Henry Capewell Glass Negative Collection
- Trash or Treasure
- Truck Mascots
- Visual Metaphors
- What I Miss About Comics
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Monthly Archives: April 2012
I’ve shot this sign a million times, and I’ll probably shoot it a million more, but the day I shot this was just a perfect day. So here it is once again – the fabulous sign outside of the Boot … Continue reading
Seventeenth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
This is a followup to last week’s post At The Water’s Edge. The boat that was moored in the previous photograph is now serenely sailing. The photographer John B. Capewell of Westville, NJ is not in this shot. He’s on … Continue reading
Here’s an advertisement for the Briggs’ Riding Academy from the program/souvenir booklet for the play L’Aiglon starring Maude Adams which played in Philadelphia at The Broad Street Theater back in 1901.
I had a busy week and a potluck to bake for – fortunately, I found this recipe for Houdini Bars via Cakespy. These bars use a regular yellow cake mix for the crust. I love a good cheat! She described them … Continue reading
There were tons of ads in comics aimed squarely at boys, but none sent them into paroxysms of mad delirium as much as an ad for a MINI-BIKE! Owning and riding a mini-bike was the subject of many a school … Continue reading
Sixteenth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
John B. Capewell of Westville, NJ is back with some lads, but not with the same lads that have been in the past few posts. Capewell is the second from the left or the third from the left if I … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, we lost a good neighbor. Lydia was 93 years old and had lived her entire life in a three story brick row home on our street. Her house was as neat as a pin, she did … Continue reading
Being the gal-on-the-go that I am, I’ve been wanting to make a pencil roll for a while. I had some mattress ticking lying around from a quilt that I made a few years ago that was perfect for the project.
Here’s the grotesque children! They look like those creepy, dried apple sculptures and all seem to be breaking out in freckles or some horrid skin disease across the bridge of their noses.…and here is their challenge!
Fifteenth in a series creating a collage using five elements.