Solarized theater

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14 Responses to “Solarized theater”

  1. Ms G will be singing here with the Henrico Pops Chorus December 13th and 14th.
    http://tinyurl.com/henricoPops

  2. corndoggie Says:

    Cool beans. Good for her. Alto?

  3. What do altos and pirates have in common?

    They both murder on the high seas!

  4. “Photography is a fad well-nigh on its last legs, thanks principally to the bicycle craze.” Alfred Stieglitz

  5. “Whether you succeed or not is irrelevant, there is no such thing. Making your unknown known is the important thing.”
    ― Georgia O’Keeffe

  6. I like all the pithy quotes. They’re even better than space heaters.

    Georgia was spot on, I think, getting to the essence of the whole deal. How you get regular meals that way is a mystery that reading her wiki doesn’t quite reveal. But I was surprised to learn she lived in Williamsburg, Va. Even more surprised that the Virginia tourism folks have not co-opted that fact.

  7. The Amish space heater is our main source of heat and it is radiant heat that you are so fond of and extremely safe and I have it on its own circuit.

    Love this photo alot and the fact its so good with out being a pano and just solarized like old school photography gives it even more charm.

    I could sure use that tripod tomorrow and look forward to giving you glowing praise. Is there any chance you have had time to complete???

  8. A toaster works by applying radiant heat directly to a bread slice. When the bread’s surface temperature reaches about 310 degrees Farenheit, a chemical change known as the Maillard reaction begins. Sugars and starches start to caramelize — turn brown — and to take on intense flavors.
    That’s toast.

  9. Sorry, I was trying to praise the pithy quotes, not re-start the space heater discussion. Also, sorry, but free tripods have to wait for free time, which I ‘aint got just now.

  10. “the Maillard reaction begins”

    don’t be sorry, just say’in………

  11. Mallard reaction??? What?

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