2014/12/05

Julian Day and Kobasanta

Filed under: culture,dolls — WmX @ 00:20
not exactly sure what kobasanta is

Today is Julian Day Number 2456997. Kobasanta is ready. Don’t know JDN or Kobasanta? Just as well.

2014/12/04

last last picture show

Filed under: change — WmX @ 11:58
regal six closes

Charlottesville Downtown has two theaters that don’t show movies and a third, pictured, which recently shut down. The theater is being remodeled, but its a long breath hold until it reopens.
Vinegar Hill
Stonefield

2014/12/02

quercus palustris & Canis lupus familiaris

Filed under: dogs,road,trees — WmX @ 13:38
Sophie cruising Market Street

falling rain and leaves

2014/12/01

Virginica O

Filed under: fauna,riverine,signs — WmX @ 00:07
Virginica O dusk, Bertrand

SEXUAL PHASES IN THE AMERICAN OYSTER (OSTREA VIRGINICA) During the past three years there has been an accumulation of evidence which indicates that in at least three of the so-called dioecious species of the genus Ostrea a change or sex frequently occurs from season to season or between early life and full maturity. It may be recalled that at least ten of the more than sixty described species of the genus are regularly hermaphroditic and larviparous. Some of these exhibit a rhythmical sequence of alternating male and female phases…W.R.Coe Biological Bulletin
Vol. 63, No. 3 (Dec., 1932), pp. 419-441

2014/11/30

day of rest

Filed under: night,trees — WmX @ 09:32

northumberland county dusk
somewhere in Norththumberland…

2014/11/29

Robin

Filed under: heart — WmX @ 15:44
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Monday of this week 3000+ pages of this website went missing. Since that time, Humpty Dumpty has been reassembled with help from friends and unknown tech support in Arizona. I was distraught. Better now. Robin above, has a new series of prints on her website

2014/11/27

Thanksgiving day

Filed under: family — WmX @ 10:44
cousins, Northern Neck of Virginia

cousins, Northern Neck of Virginia

2014/11/26

Spencer house

Filed under: neighborhood,people — WmX @ 00:18
woolen mills neighbor

The house at 1809 East Market Street (DHR # 002-1260-0073) was
built in two stages, the second addition sitting almost on the street. Its lot retains its original one-acre as platted and sold in 1887 in addition to a portion to the north.
The house consists of two parts: a two-story, three-bay, hipped-roof, frame, vernacular I-house sitting right on East Market Street and a two-story, hipped-roof section attached to the north elevation. The rear section raised on a high English basement.
Louis, working at night.

2014/11/25

quercus phellos

Filed under: damage,trees — WmX @ 00:14
q.phellos stump

it was getting too big?

2014/11/24

sometime the advertising doesn’t hold under scrutiny

Filed under: damage,road,signs — WmX @ 00:10
almost anytime

almost anytime except this afternoon

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