Monthly Archives: April 2009

A New Yorker in Belize

Daily life in Caye Caulker, a small coral island (pop. 1,300) off the coast of Belize. Taxi – The roads are paved with sand and the taxis are all golf carts Rush-hour traffic… Fishermen’s Wharf – Pelicans gather to catch … Continue reading

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Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley

Swimming with the rays in Belize * I took these shots with a cheap sports camera that probably had very old film inside. But I like the spooky blue-grainy effect.

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A New Yorker in Belize

Daily life in Caye Caulker, a small coral island (pop. 1,300) off the coast of Belize. Taxi – The roads are paved with sand and the taxis are all golf carts Rush-hour traffic… Fishermen’s Wharf – Pelicans gather to catch … Continue reading

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Nazis. I hate these guys.

In his article on the current disagreements between Charles Johnson of LGF and some right-wing bloggers over “accusations of bigotry and treason”, David Weigel of the Washington Independent seems to have a hard time understanding the issues that divide “Terrorism-Watching … Continue reading

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Greetings From Belize!

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Wall Street, 2009

Florist’s Window Graveyard near WTC He’s not the Soup Nazi, he’s the Soup Man Taking a photo of the NY Stock Exchange More photos of Wall St. and the South Street Seaport up on Flickr

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Photo-mosaic infinity

Thanks to National Geographic: What makes up our world? Dive into this photo-mosaic portrait of the Earth to see it through the eyes of users like you. It’s made up of hundreds of photos of the natural world, each submitted … Continue reading

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