Category Archives: maps

IONTW – January 1, 2017

All these years, and I hadn’t realized Carrie Fisher was (only) 19 when the real Star Wars was filmed. And likewise, all the times of having a Pap test, and yes, it is short for something – named after Georgios Papanikolaou (I … Continue reading

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IONTW – November 13, 2016

Castle in the Air is going to The Moon for the holidays. I haven’t been there yet, but the pictures look absolutely scrupmtious! Maps, maps, MAPS!!! Online rabbit hole to disappear down. I got to it from this article on … Continue reading

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another thing I don’t understand, #193

going somewhere – particularly the out in the natures sorta somewheres – you’ve never been before without a map

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the NaPoWriMo prompt was visual poetry – following right on the heels of printing from the case it all seems to go together related relative whatever you want to call it the physicality of the mark making making its mark … Continue reading

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Umpqua River Lighthouse

After riding along it for 5 days, it was like seeing an old friend to get a glimpse of the Umpqua River again, coming full circle to where it empties into the Pacific. There’s also a charming lighthouse, which was … Continue reading

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here & there

At this map exhibit I was having a hard time getting nice clean pictures like I wanted, since they were under glass and it was a public exhibit there were reflections and other people getting in the way. But then … Continue reading

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Mapping the Pacific Coast

I love maps. In so many ways they are amazing and magical. They are a practical tool, which can help me get to where I’m going or show me where I’ve been. They are also reminders of past trips, and … Continue reading

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