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Monthly Archives: October 2013
This is an as yet identified girl that shows up in quite a few of the glass negatives shot by John Capewell. When I was first examining the photos, I assumed that she was Capewell’s daughter, but records indicate that … Continue reading
This year’s concept was Joe’s – a working vintage TV set! There will be more photos to come, and hopefully some video – stay tuned!
I saw the jumbo bones sprinkles and I was a goner – seriously, how adorable are these? I knew whatever kind of cupcake I was making was going to have chocolate frosting to showcase these babies! Since I’m a big … Continue reading
This is a pumpkin that I carved for my neighbor – as is our tradition. I used an x-acto knife, an ice pick, a paring knife, and a linoleum cutter. Some blood was shed along the way, but that’s okay … Continue reading
I’ve seen a few of these deflated pumpkins in my travels around town. I guess people got so excited at the first site of pumpkins on the grocer’s shelves that they rushed them home to carve Jack O’ Lanterns. Too … Continue reading
Here’s another photo of Capewell and his family once again wearing forlorn expressions similar to the sour pusses in last week’s post. Perhaps John Capewell was getting arty with his portraiture. Henry and John, Sr. stare right at the camera … Continue reading
They’re TERRIFYING! SCARY, too! AND they obey your commands! Can you imagine it?