Nine degrees. That’s not far north of the equator. While it’s not nine degrees on Martha’s Vineyard right now, it did get close to that the other night, out on […]
Some of my photographs have been “packed away” in backup, and after a period in limbo, are now accessible to me again. I’ve been poking through these thousands of images. […]
Three experiments. One. Two. Three.
If you have spent any time at the tompostpile, you know that I frequently go the Martha’s Vineyard’s south shore beach, in particular to Quansoo and Black Point Beaches. They […]
At the South Beach shore was a scattering of sandpipers. I am told that the correct collective noun for a group of sandpipers is a “fling”. The word choice is […]
At the edge of the Quansoo breach was the body of a young gannet. Arrayed in the sand. Arrayed almost as was the first fossil archaeopteryx found in German limestone […]