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Bryan Regan is a Raleigh, NC based commercial and
editorial photographer. Photography school drop out,
who learned his craft assisting photographers across
the country back in the film days. When he’s not
booked, he’s out shooting personal projects and
spending time with his family.
A HUGE “Thank you” to Bryan for allowing me to share his fun photography with you. XO dievca
At 12:00 Noon.
It was coming down pretty heavy.
Parade started at 1:00 pm – rain or shine.
Apparently Mermaids don’t melt.
At 4:00 pm?
A little too much water in the shower caused a problem.
The damn thing kept turning back on.
There isn’t a removable battery.
And, No, the glue isn’t there to close anything for periods.
dievca ran into an offering on DangerousMinds.net (via Flashbak) about the horror of knit polyester His & Her Fashion.
she was entranced.
Do you think Master would go for it?
In her search for “Matchy/Matchy” Fashion — dievca offers some of the original photos and opens it up to other decades of sweetness, tackiness, and fabrics. XO
and let dievca know which outfit is your favorite…dievca digs the sharks.
There is one day a year when Americans turn to a small mammal to predict the weather, Groundhog Day. It’s the day we celebrate the American tradition of finding out if there will be six more weeks of winter
Thousands will converge on the small Pennsylvania town of Punxsutawney to see if Punxsutawney Phil will emerge from his temporary burrow and see his shadow. If that happens, winter weather will continue across the United States. But if Phil doesn’t see his shadow, spring temperatures are on the way.
Groundhog Day is derived from ancient Christian and Roman customs in Germany, where Europeans celebrated Candlemas, a holiday marking the Virgin Mary’s presentation of Jesus at the Temple in Jerusalem 40 days after his birth. Candlemas is observed on Feb. 2nd. If there were clear skis on that usually meant an extended winter. German immigrants brought the rituals to the U.S.
Punxsutawney Phil was named an official immortal oracle in 1887 by a group of groundhog hunters from Punxsutawney. Rivals such as Staten Island Chuck and Gen. Beauregard Lee have tried to undermine his fame, but Phil has maintained his cultural significance.
For those who refuse to believe in the fantasy of Phil’s immortality are right. Groundhogs in captivity typically live no longer than 10 years. And the U.S. National Climatic Data Center has found that Phil is only correct about 40% of the time.
Ah, well, it inspired a great movie!
Phil Connors: (to the groundhog) “Don’t drive angry! Don’t drive angry!”
Phil Connors: When Chekhov saw the long winter, he saw a winter bleak and dark and bereft of hope. Yet we know that winter is just another step in the cycle of life. But standing here among the people of Punxsutawney and basking in the warmth of their hearths and hearts, I couldn’t imagine a better fate than a long and lustrous winter.
would be such a shock — but wouldn’t you start to laugh, immediately?
A friend was in Washington DC at the Hirshhorn Museum and sent a text photo of this installation
(this photo is from the Tate):
Here is a nice description (click here)
Why did dievca’s friend send this?
dievca is a bit of a clothes horse (Shocker!) and as Master is a minimalist Bhuddhist, hence, she has been trying to whittle her closet. Did dievca mention that she is a passionate recycler, as well? Thank Goodness for eBay, Decades, Buffalo Exchange, Housing Works and Goodwill.
The photo and the thought still made her laugh.
Sometimes your friends really know you, huh?