Monthly Archives: December 2007

Ireland Day 3 – West Cork

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2007

Enough with the cities. On Saturday morning, we left Cork to see the real Ireland. The small towns. The rolling countryside. The sheep.

We would not be disappointed.

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Ireland Day 2 – Cork

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Like the Pictures? Buy the Prints. For more Ireland photos, visit Brian Eden’s gallery.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2007

On Friday, we would rent a car and drive from Dublin to Cork on the wrong side of the road.

And so, for the first time since puberty, I lay awake in the middle of the night mentally rehearsing the act of driving.

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My little monster

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We went to see Avenue Q at the Hippodrome last weekend. The play was terrific. But a little disturbing. Because, as it turns out, Natty and Trekkie Monster are separated at birth:

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Seeing Beyond Sight

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It was a personal injury lawyer’s dream come true.

Sixty blindfolded photographers bumbling around the top of Federal Hill taking pictures of darkness before tumbling to their peril on the busy Key Highway below.

The event, hosted by the American Visionary Arts Museum, promoted the book Seeing Beyond Sight: Photographs by Blind Teenagers.

My blindfolded photos are below.

As an aside, it’s a bit unnerving that they’re better than many of my not-blindfolded photos.

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Night of 100 Elvises

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There are no words that can possibly describe the Night of 100 Elvises at the Lithuanian Social Hall. Except to say that this was pure Baltimore.

Here are pictures:

Night of 100 Elvises

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