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cartoon life: Bag of water.

Filed under: cartoon Tagged: beach, surreal, water

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Dead Wild Roses: Back From Kaslo – Summer Singing Vacation

Hello everyone,

What a restful/hectic week I’ve had over in Kaslo British Columbia as I touristed around Kaslo and participated in the annual choral workshop held in town. This trip was photographically sparse for me, but I managed to take a few pictures of the lake where we had the traditional Monday night wiener roast. . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Back From Kaslo – Summer Singing Vacation

Walking Turcot Yards: Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests

Walking Turcot Yards: Coney Island And The Santa Monica Pier

Two amusement parks on the ocean at each end of America. Must have been weird to drive from one to the other seeing that Elmer Gantry, Hank Williams, Chuck Berry, Jack Kerouac, Betsy Ross America pass by in the never stopping long winding days and happy/sad boozy neon nights of all of America in between.

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Walking Turcot Yards: Beached Dolphins Dragged Back in Water In Brazil

It’s from last year but still resonates with power.

Walking Turcot Yards: Arlington West Memorial Santa Monica

“Each Sunday from sunrise to sunset, a temporary memorial appears next to the world-famous pier at Santa Monica, California. This memorial, known as Arlington West, a project of Veterans For Peace, offers visitors a graceful, visually and emotionally powerful, place for reflection.” From the web site.

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THE FIFTH COLUMN: Ireland Bike Tour – Cycling Day 4, Discovering Ireland’s Sheep Slide Show

Today was a day at the beach as we stopped at a wonderful little beach along the route, as well as made a visit to the lovely town of Clifden. More scenery, and did I mention the sheep. The sheep in Ireland seem to have priority over the roads, followed by bicycles and then cars.

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DeSmogBlog: Deadly Bacteria Found In Gulf Coast Tar Balls

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Since the very first tar balls began rolling onshore along the Gulf of Mexico following 2010’s Deepwater Horizon oilrig explosion and subsequent underwater oil geyser, the oil industry told us to relax because those tar balls were completely harmless. But as we approach the two year anniversary of the disaster, . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Deadly Bacteria Found In Gulf Coast Tar Balls

World Headlines Review: Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Cameras and Cops from Rochester to South Beach

This week the international media has reported on the development of a rather interesting confluence of incidents concerning police behaviour in the US.  Each of these involve initial misconduct by law enforcement officers followed by intimidation and ultimately arrest of witnesses who recorded the police actions legally.   Police Film London’s Student Protests- Cleaner Croydon The . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Cameras and Cops from Rochester to South Beach