ODAAT: one day at a time… April 2004

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Pix Of The Day: How To Find Father In A

CREDIT: Joshua F. Madison/JoshMadison.com

Central Park, New York, NY, WHAT: cross country

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The man in the picture is Josh Madison’s During a blizzard in December the pair had problems locating one the while Madison senior was country skiing. That all all took place in Central New York, NY, USA, was the ironic that delighted us when we the story .

Josh has another showing the birds in Central when the weather was more Lovers of Celtic culture may enjoy the New York St. Patrick day parade pictures.

Do they serve green beer in NYC on day?

We had originally visited er er well we have forgotten but we found lots to enjoy, and our visit with a tour of the ships picture gallery.

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Thursday, 29 April 2004

Pix Of The Don’t Smile, Just Roar!


WHERE: Richmond, Virginia, WHAT: special vehicle service.

MAP: Richmond. clicks [1 ][2 ][3 ][4 ][5 ] pop-up larger

Jerry Shelton at DigitalPhotoWorks.com in Virginia, specializes in taking of special vehicles. If you attend in central Virginia you may even see the mobile unit, because shots of racing vehicles, automotive and motocross, is one of the services Jerry promises some images very soon, so we call back to see if there is for another feature.

Pix Of The Day: Is The Cruellest Month


WHERE: Hurricane, Utah. personal loss in the Springtime.

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APRIL is the cruellest month,

Lilacs out of the … land,

Memory and desire, stirring

roots with spring

Winter kept us warm,

Earth in forgetful snow,

A little life with tubers. The opening to T.S. poem ‘ The Wasteland has always seemed perverse: is April not a wonderful month, with blossom, Spring and new life as the earth warms after winter? The description true for the Northern Hemisphere, at

This year, on Monday of the full week of the month, we our dear companion Oreo ; and on the tree surgeon arrived to the poplars at the side of the house. To both dog and trees in the same does indeed make seem the cruelest month, it worries us that there is plenty of scope for worse in the months of the year that

Perhaps the bleakness of Winter life’s vicissitudes harder to and with warm weather and skies things will not so bad. Oreo’s ashes home on Friday, and will be in her favorite sleeping spot, beside the new flower bed. The across the street was glad of the which he will split and dry for in his wood stove next

The next door neighbor rest easy on windy knowing there are no branches to crashing down on his car.

goes on: perhaps Eliot’s line is more hopeful. shantih shantih

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April 27 2004

Pix Of The Day: The Is Only The Vehicle

CREDIT: Turner/PeterTurnley.com

WHERE: cultural USA ( WHAT: various Harley rallies.

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Somewhere on the web you will be able to find a learned about Harley-Davidson riding as an of tribal cohesion, reactionary diversity, and social anthropology. You even formulate your own to explain the phenomenon, then run it the next group of Harley that you chance upon, that is more likely to you into a study of linguistics.

We to skip all that, and just let you some rich iconography on at various Harley-Davidson rallies the USA during the company’s 2003 year. The photographer was Peter whose PeterTurnley.com web site an insight into a large of work spanning 30 years and 85

Peter’s web site is one of those is so rich, even though well organized, that we are where best to point you for first visit. From a standpoint the portfolios and the fine art are good places to start; and for a literate approach Peter’s or biography are good alternatives. The gives an interesting insight the creation of images that become part of a very iconography, one created from news events.

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26 April 2004

Pix Of The Day: Experience Interpreters

WHERE: the Old WHAT: newspapermen, reporters,

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During the second of the 19th century, what was known as the New West (confusingly, now as the Old West), was opening up to mainly European settlement. There was an audience back in the Old East and in for reportage on this new frontier. In ways this must been similar to the audience for the space program of the second of the 20th century, though the of the 19th century were simpler.

Newspapers were the edge medium of those and there is a whole story to be about the writers and artists who west to record events. pioneering photographers went though the requirement to haul equipment, darkroom tents, plates and chemicals, must made it more a test of endurance, and perseverance than an endeavour.

Western Eastern is a magazine for owners of those that detect buried the self styled Metal . They also offer a picture archive: buried comes in many forms. We six photographs that feature Old newspaper persons, reporters, or gathered together under the ‘ Interpreters of the Western ‘. Click on the thumbnails to the host pages with about the pictures, where you also find links to hi-res versions of the images monitor recommended).

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25 April 2004

Pix Of The Day: Dispute Over Sundial

CREDIT: Charles Winpenny/CornwallCAM.co.uk

Perranporth, Cornwall, England. giant cliff top sundial.

MAP: Perranporth. Thumbnail pops-up larger image.

As of the millennium celebrations, the town of on the north coast of the English of Cornwall built this sundial. Perranzabuloe parish is to the sundial, and it is said that St. one of several patron saints of landed here after a journey from Ireland. Carter’s annotated photo provides a detailed record the (now been reburied for of the saint’s oratory .

More about the construction and history of the sundial are available from web site (‘chy’ is the Cornish word for ‘house’), and more and information Graham Cullingford at

Mention of size inevitably to the question of which is the world’s of whatever class of entity is discussion. The world’s largest is claimed to be the one at Pajala in Sweden, when we checked the GWR [Guinness Records] web site only the sundial was listed. GWR may be silent on the of the largest sundial because of claims by a long list of notably Jaipur. India, Alberta, Canada, Carefree.

USA, and even Florida World making a claim for a construction.

More than one claims to have received authentication, but the saddest tale is the that befell the North Rock, Arkansas. claimant. For sundial research there are web sites in both the USA. and the UK

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Saturday, 24 April 2004

Pix Of The Learn To See By Having To Look

Brian P. Lawler/CreativePro.com

WHERE: Polytechnic State Uni. Graphic Communication course.

click pops-up source article (then scroll for larger image).

Brian P. teaches typography as part of the Communication course at CalPoly California Polytechnic State The poster project, ‘ the Wily Ampersand ‘, was by the students as part of their work .

You may read the full story on the CreativePro.com web site. The Type poster, shown was a palpable result of the project, but we that learning to see by having to was probably a far more valuable We intend to do the project ourselves, and if we can of a creative variation on the theme, results will appear at some future date.

For a limited period only, the Type poster prints by Brian Lawler’s CalPoly are available for $10 plus $3.50 check the sidebar in the CreativePro.com web page for more details on how to

One of the downsides to industrial designers down camera operations is picture taking has become Projects like these can the balance: we will look out for

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Friday, 23 April

Pix Of The Day: Trash Collecting Day

CREDIT: Ian Scott-Parker/CAMwrangler.com

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WHERE: Utah, USA. WHAT: excitement of trash collecting

MAP: Hurricane. Utah, Thumbnail click pops-up image.

We featured a desert cleaning camel earlier month. One reader wrote in to say how she was by the fake excitement of such a event, used as a literary to entertain our web site visitors. that was no conceit, that was the exciting day we had around here in

Earlier today, as is normally the on a Thursday morning, the giant collecting elephant made its way our neighborhood.

One mighty sweep of its trunk to empty the wheelie a trumpet blast from the of its air brakes, then it roared off to the stop. As the process was repeated, in the direction up the other side of the the reason for the replacement elephant in the couple of visits could be seen: the front driving fender had been bashed, and repaired.

Mildred, it’s a out there, I tell you or a desert, at

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Smell Skid-Doo Any Way

CREDIT: Kurt Schwehr/Schwehr.org

Devon Island, Canada. sewage outfall Ski-Doo

MAP: Devon Island. click pops-up larger

Another reader, one alert to tiny mouse of a mistake it spotted that in yesterday’s ‘Ski-Doo’ was misspelled. Ski-Doo is a trade name, so it is supposed to one of those spotty ® to soothe the corporate paranoia identity theft. We checked the web for the spelling, and discovered the Ski-Doo founded in Valcourt, Quebec, in 1942 by Joseph-Armand Bombardier called ‘ Father of . the J. Armand Bombardier Museum has

During our web search we came Kurt Schwehr’s web site. it seems, has done work with the ‘ Mars ‘ project, and in 1998 was in Island, Nunavut Territory, between Baffin and Ellesmere for the Terrain Modeling of an Arctic Crater part of the NASA Project . Devon Island, not counting visiting researchers, is the uninhabited island in the world. We had ‘Ski-Doo’ as ‘Skid-doo’, but looking at picture in Kurt’s gallery, we’re not so sure that we too far adrift!

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Thursday, 22 2004

Pix Of The Day: Range Wars Are Long Gone

Steven F. Schluter/CCSinclair.com

WHERE: City, MT, USA. WHAT: events info at the Sinclair gas

MAP: Cook City. clicks pop-up larger

It seems that both wars and pump wars are a of the past, at least in Cooke Montana. The local Sinclair gas runs a web site, CCSinclair.com, you can catch up on local events and the When we checked it looked to be with swirls of snow in the the daily picture weather featured pictures by Susan the local Exxon gas station.

appear to be real friendly in Cooke City, with a sense of community and getting with the neighbors.

The Exxon is for sale (asking $1.5 financial information shared qualified serious purchasers ), through MontanaLegacy.com. A mountain in the heart of it all , will set you back All this is probably just the for snow sports enthusiasts, who doubtless appreciate the finer of the various Ski-Doo pictures on the

Walking out to enjoy the late sunshine of a pleasant spring day in the Utah desert well, we we are happy just where we

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Wednesday, 21 April

Pix Of The Day: Magic Memories My Mindscape

CREDIT: Charles

WHERE: the English county of England. WHAT:

MAP: and Stogumber. Thumbnail clicks larger images.

Ian Scott-Parker . CornwallCAM.co.uk webmaster Charles is taking a short break in the county of Somerset. The panorama of the town of Minehead brought on … of anecdotage, a recurrent that is beginning to weaken my tenuous grip on both and the present.

More years ago I care to remember (that is to say after WWII but before the following the success of our first our second family holiday was a trip south in our first a Standard Vanguard Phase Delayed by a problem with the bolts in the column gear we arrived in Minehead late at found a piece of open and set up camp.

Early the following we were rudely awoken by the of heavy earth moving which had arrived on site very day to begin construction of the Billy Butlin’s holiday seen on the right hand of the panorama!

The train in the Stogumber picture somehow looks without an appropriately expressive the Tank Engine face: for you will have your own or know only the modern media cross marketed

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Tuesday, 20 April

Pix Of The Day: Modern Chicago Rise Skyline

WHERE: Illinois, USA. WHAT: of the modern city.

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