Feeling anxious last night from the drumbeat of COVID-19 news, so I took a quick drive to the park at Lake Jackson to shoot some night photos. These were shot on my Pixel and I think they're pretty darned good for a phone.
There’s a problem with the universe. Some people here in my hometown feel that way because the Seminoles are losing football games, but I’m talking about the real universe, the one out there. Right now, scientists who study the universe are puzzling over the answer to a simple equation, Ho=v/d. This equation has been with… Continue reading Willie Taggart and the Hubble Constant Tension
Out exploring the logic of dispossession on the "Seminole Wars Heritage Trail." Stop #1: Miccosukee Village. Taking notes toward a book. Only a historic marker remains to remind people of the thriving Native community that once drew a living from the fields, forests, and lakes northeast of the Tallahassee old fields. State Road 59 leading… Continue reading Camera Roll: Miccosukee Village and the Seminole Wars Heritage Trail
The Grove is a historic house that has been converted into a museum in midtown Tallahassee. It stands, behind a screen of stately oaks, next to a busy intersection amid attorney's offices, stores, and restaurants. The mercury was hovering around 100° F when I visited recently, and the traffic on Monroe Street nearby was raging,… Continue reading Architecture and Travel: The Grove