|Festive Fourth of July display|
Meanwhile Dianne wants to know why I did not post the picture of myself below in the hayfield. It was for approximately the same reason she wanted me to throw the picture of her in the hayfield away forever: i.e. vanity.
|Me and my mason's jar of ice coffee with Dianne's trailer|
And then the heavens opened.
|The Goose in Summer|
You can watch the strawberry moon broadcast live from the Canary Islands here.
|The possible escape route|
|The crime scene|
In any case, there will be plenty more cases as the season wears on. We already have The Case of the Mysterious Aerobeds. Next: The Case of the Missing Pillow Cases. But all will be subsumed by The Case of the Disappearing Phone Chargers. . .
|The Brooklyn experiment|
|Bird in the lobby of 98. Manhattan|
In other news, Chien Chi Chang is selling prints at Magnum. Donna Ferrato has a domestic violence film at Time and a write-up about how her photos changed attitudes at HuffPost. Our pl Jane Evelyn Atwood was the subject of a piece in the New Yorker. And Peter Meyer debuts his newsletter about education.