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To chart lost places and document Historic Architecture before it's lost!
I'm a Colorado native, transplanted to Duluth Minnesota by Serendipity and Circumstance. When not purveying Groceries at the local Healthfood store, I spend my time photographing Historical Architecture and (slowly but surely) building an Artist Commune in Duluth with a few spectacular individuals in the area.
I believe in the serendipity and interconnectedness of the Universe- things unplanned happen and evolve and planned things often don't work out. Just go with it- everything's just fine, even when it isn't.
Old cameras, Cats, meeting interesting folks, Carrots, Most architecture built before 1950, spinach, Traveling, most things Underground (TUNNELS), Waffles, old Motorcycles, Locally-Grown Food / Music / Beer, TREES, Bears (but only at a comfortable distance)
- working out
Music, Movies, and Books
I've been carrying a copy of the Tao of Pooh with me lately- I highly recommend reading it if you haven't. Good stuff. I was a fan of James Michener's Centennial (An embellished history of Northern Colorado) and A Canticle for Leibowitz (classic Post-Apocalyptic Goodness). Haven't watched too many movies recently but I really enjoyed The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Little Miss Sunshine, I <3 Huckabees, Amelie and Mystery Men, to name a few.