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1shot #256-uptown triptych

Uptown, looking into the fabulous Jazz Room. At King and Princess, this is Waterloo. DW

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1shot #255-moving day

“Sorry we’re in the picture!” “You *are* the picture!” Saw these two coming from a couple blocks away on Saturday morning so I set up on the side street, asking Brohemus to keep a sharp eye for cars. From King … Continue reading

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1shot #253-building Waterloo

Cranes to the horizon on a foggy day. From east campus, this is Waterloo. DW

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1shot #252-Uptown juxta-pose

A sticker and the impossible physics of mannequins. Now that I have your attention, why was this last uptown payphone moved ten feet north? At King and Erb, this is Waterloo. DW

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1shot #251-Uptown Elvis hatch

Met Brohemus for coffee this morning and caught this Elvis hatch on the side of the old Legion Hall. Hatch is Morrissey-compatible. On Dupont, this is Waterloo. DW

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1shot #250-Uptown drillin’

Core sampling on King Street today. This is Waterloo. DW

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1shot #249-some sunny Sunday

“The force that through the green fuse drives the flower…” –Dylan Thomas On King Street uptown, this is Waterloo. DW

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Talking with strangers and shooting film

One of the most interesting ways I meet people is “friend referrals” out of the blue. That’s how I recently met teacher/photographer/furniture maker/synth hardware designer Matt Borland (above). My friend Rob Gorbet who chairs the Department of Knowledge Integration at … Continue reading

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1shot #248-three D

First game of the season. On Father David Bauer Drive, this is Waterloo. DW

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Eisenstein meets Hitchcock at the Rec Complex

Having watched far too many movies, I couldn’t help thinking of Sergei Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin crossed with Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds when I saw this scene on Saturday morning. But these are not the Odessa Steps… but rather the back … Continue reading

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