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Bus station


Bus station

Originally uploaded by Kibbles

One of the things I love about Dubuque is the old limestone in contrast with brick or other materials. They don’t tear down and rebuild, they add to.

This is an alley next to the Keyline bus terminal. My little boy likes to go visit and see the busses ‘sleeping’. You can see some pictures at Flickr if you click on this one.

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Coney Island

Originally uploaded by Kibbles

I really miss the beach.

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Iris

Originally uploaded by Kibbles

The new camera I got for cheap-cheap at Shopko seems to be working nicely. For $55, can’t beat the quality, if you ask me. This is a mini iris in my front yard, so this is a macro.

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Magnolia


Magnolia

Originally uploaded by Kibbles

This was Brooklyn. But here, in Iowa, IT SNOWED. Yes, it SNOWED today. Ah well. It will stop soon, right? RIGHT?

Please, please let it stop.

Got new furniture and stuff. When its all set up, if we paint too, I’ll take pics.

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Brooklyn Botanic Gardens

Originally uploaded by Kibbles

This is from playing around with a new website, http://www.picnik.com — it’s fun!

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Despite not having uploaded a photo for 3-4 years, I managed to make $22 last month on shutterstock.

Imagine if I actually put effort into it and took photos to upload?

I think I might go through my photos some more, and maybe even take some photos tomorrow on the trip, out in Graf and see if anything is stockworthy.

Couldn’t hurt. And hey, on flickr my photos just sit there and I don’t make money. Might as well have photos sit around and make me a bit, even if its just as little as a quarter a pop.

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Avenue U

Originally uploaded by Kibbles

I always has sort of my own take on this picture, taken in Brooklyn when I took my kids to the park.

The center of attention is the teen boys. I’m out of the picture, the viewer is out of the picture, as they’ve past that center of the universe stage of their life.

Behind the teens, are little boys, who before long (probably by now, this is an old photo) will be the center of attention, too.

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