Parade Pictures by George Georgiou

I was very taken by the parade photographs by George Georgiou in yesterday’s New York Times Magazine. Especially those that ran large, spread over two pages. And in black and white. There is so much going on in these pictures of people gathered in big and little towns to view passing parades.

WHAT’S A PLIERS?

I recently got a telephone call from my son, Anthony. “Hey, backyard engineer,” he said, “How’s everything?” That salutation was due because of my recent efforts—eventually successful—at turning your ordinary Coleman cooler into a fish live well for the 14 … Continue reading

BACK HOME

Back home a day less than a week but my interior clock still has me rising far earlier in the morning than needed. Those ten and a half hours difference between the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia … Continue reading