More fiddling from last weekend…
Month: June 2015
Heucheras in the rain
R.I.P. Don Featherstone …
… Inventor of the Pink Flamingo lawn ornament.
I’ve got a pair that stay out year-round, complementing my tropicals in summer and warming my heart during the winter. (They do look chilly. But, hey. They’re plastic.)
I posted back in 2007 about the move of Pink Flamingo manufacturing from Massachusetts to Upstate New York.
I don’t know the state of Pink Flamingo manufacturing today. But I suspect that mine just doubled in value and maybe I should enjoy them less and take better care of them. Not.
Nice tribute at NPR. Including story that he had to use National Geographic photo to model his design because there aren’t many flamingos in Massachusetts.
Scans are back
Finally got my hands on some vintage scanners that do a decent job, for what I’m shooting for in scans. But I have to admit, I’m a little rusty in the scanning and photoshopping. Am looking forward to polishing my efforts. Meantime, I did get one of my scans published full page in the print edition of the Dutch magazine Eigen Huis & Interieur.
Timelapse video: Titan arum bloom at Cornell last week
We had a second titan arum bloom at Cornell last week. Got timelapse video edited processed and posted today:
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