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Light Fantastic


officially most beautiful lighting for the commute here in seattle in over a year

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Is This What the End Will Look Like?

- Jamie - Monday, May 7th, 2007 : goo

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procyon: 7th May 2007 - 23:14 GMT

1. Whack! a frog
2. Every body wins
3. QED

this set is fantastic. the top and bottom ones remind me a bit of carnival of souls.

Jamie: 8th May 2007 - 21:19 GMT

Thanks. Glad you enjoyed them. There's something quite quite creey about the british seaside.

Lea: 20th May 2007 - 23:06 GMT

Those are really nice pictures! I'm impressed..

jamie: 5th Sep 2007 - 23:17 GMT

Thanks

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Strangely Poetic Spam

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Frozen in Indifference


Inside the abandoned Roosevelt Warehouse in Detroit, a body lies frozen in a block of ice.(Photo by Max Ortiz, The Detroit News) This city has not always been a gentle place, but a series of events over the past few, frigid...

Frozen in Indifference