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Shiny Pillar in Wisconsin State Capitol Building
Super glossy polish on the granite pillar in Wisconsin State Capitol building shows mirrored image of curved skylights below as well as reflection of barrel-vaulted wing, recapitulating overall building
Reason #48 why I love the State Capitol Building: the architectural details in this surface recapitulate those in the entire building's plan.

Dueling Circles
Black polyester with bright blue, black, purple, yellow, orange, fuschia and cornflower blue circles in a regular grid rests on top of fuschia pink polyster with sketchy white outlined circles in almost random sizes and positions.
My spring gloves and coat
jesse_the_k: Two bookcases stuffed full (with books on top) leaning into each other (books)
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art book of life an end
Part of an exhibit at my branch library, a group work called "Books on Books," by http://arts-tribe.com

This mixed-media piece is "Book of Life, an End" by Jayne Reid Jackson
It's a cigarbox, standing on end with its cover open, papered with old dictionary and encyclopedia pages including naked figures and skeletons, fitted with mysterious agglomeration of cigarette butts, batteries, wires, and screws
jesse_the_k: Woman holds camera overhead, captioned "capturing the stars" (photographer at work)
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So I went with the most meta one I could find.
jesse_the_k: Two bookcases stuffed full (with books on top) leaning into each other (TBR)
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Sixteen selections from my disability rights bookshelf, all of which use red prominently in their decoration.
Book titles under the cut )
jesse_the_k: Woman holds camera overhead, captioned "capturing the stars" (photographer at work)
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...from the exceptionally talented deli staff at our local food coop, Willy Street Coop.
WillyStreetCASALodge
Most of the gingerbread houses were shingled entirely in shiny candy, but the Coop took a more "natural" looking approach with graham crackers. I thought the maple sugar candy decorations interspersed with star anise were particularly exquisite.

The CASAs are court-appointed special advocates who volunteer to act in the "best interests of the child" in custody issues in U.S. courts. That people are making cakes to raise money for this work shows that family health is low on our national scale.
jesse_the_k: Bambi fawn cartoon with two heads (Conjoined Bambi)
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caption below
Closely cropped macro of white female in black and white Norwegian-style wool sweater, displaying her two hands, fingertips just touching the upraised palms.

Three complementary pairs )

* gratuitous icon post.
jesse_the_k: Fully unclothed dorsal Paul Gross from Slings & Arrows (naked & proud)
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Clearly someone is living their dreams with this car. Choosing one shot was hard.
Ducky McDreamy )

Stone needs regular maintenance, too )

Oh and by the way, this community is so much fun! Thank you for sharing your work, and encouraging us all to enjoy the world around us and see more photo opportunities in our daily lives!

Stone X 2

Oct. 17th, 2010 05:34 pm
jesse_the_k: The Wire's Kima in a baseball cap squints with a serious grin (Kima squints meaningfully)
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two photos )
I seem compelled to caption these images. What do other shutter-speedsters think? Does it modify your experience?
jesse_the_k: Woman holds camera overhead, captioned "capturing the stars" (photographer at work)
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This "Window to the Stars" seems like abstract art, but [personal profile] sasha_feather can testify that it's actually my living room ceiling.

Window to the Stars by Jesse_the_K, on Flickr

Up north in
Rhinelander, Wisconsin, light and water are major industries (after popsicle stick factories and paper converters).
Life at the Margin )

ETA: Fix borked code, and huh! Editing this comm entry I didn't get the nifty "Reason for edit" prompt.

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