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One of my all time favorite, so-bad-it’s-good, horror films is available in a beautiful, high definition transfer on Amazon’s Prime. The Horror of Party Beach is the only beach party movie to have been made in Connecticut, and other than … Continue reading
This is another of The Photo Elective series of photographs that Tina, I and every other illustration major attending The Philadelphia College of Art were required to shoot, process and print. My guess is that the notion of the class … Continue reading
I’m always posting old family photos with the line “I have no idea who these people are”. People – write down names on the backs of your photos! Fortunately, I’ve had amazing luck posting my photos to various Facebook groups, … Continue reading
I’ve been scanning and restoring old family photographs – many that were taken in the 1910s. Sadly, none of the people in my collection of photos are identified – except for this one. My grandmother is in the back row on … Continue reading
Another shot I took during my time in Connecticut on a cold afternoon. This town has a lot of Victorian Houses, and although this one looks a little worse for wear – it’s always been one of my favorites.
One of the things I did while in Connecticut was take walks with my camera in freezing temperatures. I spotted these very large birds congregating in trees and found out from the locals that they were black vultures. According to … Continue reading
The site has been quiet for a while because I was with my father who had become ill and passed away. I was hoping he would rally as he had done in the past, but it was not to be. He died on … Continue reading
I was shopping in my neighborhood on Saturday morning when I came upon a man selling second hand items at a table. Baseball cards in foil packets, DVDs, cookie tins – nothing I was particularly interested in. However, at … Continue reading
I don’t think First Lady Pat Nixon fretted about this particular plague at the time. This is also from Charlton’s All New Fightin’ Marines No. 116 which has been a positive treasure trove for these terrific ads!