Awkward Photojournalism

A is for Awkward Photojournalism – The Return

A is for Awkward Photojournalism – The Return

This was a long-standing feature of my blog. Just sharing pictures of oddities I came across in my travels. . This disappeared when I discovered Instagram. You are welcome to follow me there,┬ábut I have to warn you that it’s very wiener dog heavy. This is apparently a problem at Wegmans. They have live music […]

What if Spenser the Dog was on Pretty Little Liars?

I just noticed that the show Pretty Little Liars has a character named Spencer Hastings and I was wondering how my dog Spenser would fare in the role: I don’t know, Spenser. Fluffy toy maybe? Aw, Spenser! You have it pretty cushy here, don’t you? Her name is Lexi, and she is a guest. Spare […]

Awkward Photojournalism: Travel Edition

We drove cross state from Buffalo to Oneonta, NY today. We stopped at a rest stop outside Syracuse and I spotted a car with a toboggan strapped to the top of it and I had to take a picture of it because it was sunny out with no sign of snow and looked so out […]

Horrifying New Entry in the Young Adult Mystery Genre

Any high school senior will attest to this. Sorry the image is so blurry, but the cashier at Barnes & Noble already thought I was insane. And more Barnes & Noble fun, which may be redundant for anyone also following me on twitter: Fun idea for Barnes & Noble: pick up 50 Shades of Grey […]

We’ve Added a Water Feature to Our Backyard

It was unfortunately unpopular with our target market: Sadly, the patio furniture did not make it through the night as evidenced by the body bags:

If You Name Your Restaurant DYNASTY BUFFET…

Be sure to prune your trees

People With ADD Should Not Go to Pier One

Not that I’ve actually been diagnosed or anything, unless you include every layperson I encounter. There is WAY too much going on in Pier One to focus on any one thing. It is, however, great fodder for Awkward Photojournalism. . I went in there with high hopes and walked out with almost nothing. I did […]