Carl Warner usually works in food. This . . . is not food.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
Wood, Glue, a Card Table, and a Vision
A friend wrote “They are so realistic that the pictures with him in them are creepy!” He’s not wrong.
Self Portraits are Tricky
Javier Perez sees things you and I don’t see.
No Models Were Mauled During the Making of These Photos (We Think)
Get Away From Me, Tiny Dancer
Shirley and Moe and a Box of Tissues
Shirley is completely lovable. I adore her slightly cranky way of telling a story, I am amused by how easily distracted she is, and I love her self awareness. I am in awe of the fact that she’s 100. Shirley needs to write a skincare blog. Continue reading
Imogen Heap’s Music/Tech Mashup
The Doomed Village of Doel
The 700-year-old Belgium village of Doel is scheduled to be demolished in the very near future. Continue reading
These wedding photos are bad. Continue reading
Urban Explorers in Hell (Okay, the Hell Gate Bridge)
Today’s OBT combines two of my great loves, New York City and exploring.
Love and Cancer
Today’s beautiful thing is the sweet/sad relationship between gay seniors, Chris and Richard, and their final weeks together. Continue reading
Shut Up and Take My Money
Geek jewelry designer Paul Michael has got to be the happiest guy in the world.
P.O.V. – Snail Edition:
Let’s be honest. Butterflies are easy. Sure, you have to have a good eye and a steady hand and be in the right place at exactly the right time, but they’re beautiful, and we all grew up predisposed to believe there’s something magical about them, so it’s not terribly hard to take a good picture. Then there are snails.
Tuck and Patti Always Take My Breath Away:
My beloved and I were talking the other night about our favorite music, and I’m ashamed to admit this song didn’t come immediately to mind. It should have. Continue reading
OBI (One Beautiful Idea)
In 2012, after Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast, we were displaced from our poor broken little house for 6+ months. We were fortunate enough to have the resources to find a place to live while we waited for our home to be restored, but not everyone in the world is so lucky. Continue reading
The Eyes of Tristan Eaton
Maybe it’s because it’s spring, but I’ve been on a real street art kick lately.
Comedy Isn’t Funny:
I May Ship Myself . . .
All About the Wall
This street art gives me chills in the very best ways.