photo of the week 32: heart of darkness…

I’m not one for sappy, greeting card holidays, but since it’s Valentine’s Day, and I’m behind on my photos of the week, for this thirty-second one, I give you a big, gooey, heart of darkness.

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photo of the week 32: heart of darkness…

I’m not one for sappy, greeting card holidays, but since it’s Valentine’s Day, and I’m behind on my photos of the week, for this thirty-second one, I give you a big, gooey, heart of darkness.

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photo of the week 26: winter bouquet…

Two years ago on Christmas day, I took the TGV from Paris to Lyon to have lunch at Restaurant Paul Bocuse. ¬†After a leisurely four-hour meal, my friend and I toured the city a bit before catching the bullet back to Paris. As night fell, we were treated to a magical walk. Beneath the gaze […]

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photo of the week 26: winter bouquet…

Two years ago on Christmas day, I took the TGV from Paris to Lyon to have lunch at Restaurant Paul Bocuse. ¬†After a leisurely four-hour meal, my friend and I toured the city a bit before catching the bullet back to Paris. As night fell, we were treated to a magical walk. Beneath the gaze […]

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photo of the week 7: arias from the hills…

A year ago, I jetted off to Santa Fe, New Mexico to hear and see Natalie Dessay perform at the Santa Fe Opera. Set high on a hill overlooking the rocky, Southwestern landscape dotted with brush, the Santa Fe opera is open to the elements, affording the audience a fresh breeze and a breathtaking view […]

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photo of the week 7: arias from the hills…

A year ago, I jetted off to Santa Fe, New Mexico to hear and see Natalie Dessay perform at the Santa Fe Opera. Set high on a hill overlooking the rocky, Southwestern landscape dotted with brush, the Santa Fe opera is open to the elements, affording the audience a fresh breeze and a breathtaking view […]

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ridiculousness…

It must have been a slow news day because both Eater and Serious Eats picked up a comment I made on eGullet and ran with it. Although I hate to lend an iota of credence to this absurdity by wasting a single nanobyte on this topic, as the person who (inadvertently) initiated this party, and, […]

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ridiculousness…

It must have been a slow news day because both Eater and Serious Eats picked up a comment I made on eGullet and ran with it. Although I hate to lend an iota of credence to this absurdity by wasting a single nanobyte on this topic, as the person who (inadvertently) initiated this party, and, […]

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