Photographs

2016 At The End

Wow, what a year. I'll not comment on it since 2017 will probably be worse. I'm surprised by how few additional pictures I have to add as we approach the full number version update.  Here they are.

2015 (So Past)

It's like 2015 never even happened on this blog. Well, it did even if I don't remember much of it. Here's some photographic proof. Don't forget to click to the next image page below to see more of them.

Photos of 2016 (So Far)

It is amazing how long I've left updating this blog. Ugh. Well, my life in Sweden has been full of diapers and lego and less with photography and pens. Even though it's easier to post pictures than to write coherent text I've still not done even that. So, here's some images from 2016 and I [...]

Sweden 2014
(So Far)

It's hard to believe that I moved to Sverige in January of this year. I've now worked my way through a few seasons here and am staring down winter. While I've been lax in updating this blog I've not been remiss in taking photographs. Here's a variety of them from this year.

Muster of Eyes Collection

The title of this post is just put together from the names of the three events I attended recently. I'm too lazy to come up with one that works any better and it does sound kind of important. The weekend of June 15 this year was a big one for those in the Detroit area [...]

Go Bathe Yourself In Fire

You fought hard and you saved and learned, but all of it's going to burn. And your mind, your tiny mind, you know you've really been so blind. Now's your time burn your mind. You're falling far too far behind. Oh no, oh no, oh no, you gonna burn! Fire, to destroy all you've done. [...]

Of Muskets and Manned Flight

I've accumulated some more photos from disparate sources. Niagara-on-the-Lake in Ontario, Canada has its share of hyphens. Despite that it is a rather large tourist attraction hosting some of the best vineyards in the Great White North. Besides the trodden grapes the area has a great deal of history including action during the war of [...]

Don’t Fade Away

Walter P. Chrysler rescued automobile manufacturers before creating his own eponymous dynasty. During his reign Chrysler was known as the “engineer’s automobile”. Often stodgy in style they just as often led the industry in mechanical innovations. Like all long-lived companies there is a lot of history and lore which can be drawn upon to illustrate [...]

Random

I've taken a lot of photos since my blog has gone silent. So....RANDOM PHOTO TIME!

Simone Says

A few weeks ago I took my first trip to Philadelphia which isn't that far from my new digs in Pennsylvania. I went ostensibly for an NAWCC chapter mart where I could look over watches and such for sale. Afterwards I had planned to go to the Simone Foundation Automotive Museum with a fellow horological [...]