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Friday, November 28, 2008

Garage apartment



"...why no. . . this too is fanciful. . . funny how
hard it is to be slow and delicate in this,
this thing of framing..."

From "My Generation Reading the Newspapers" by Kenneth Patchen

4 comments:

Dale said...

(o)

Shelly Lowenkopf said...

Just shows how values change from state to state: we in California like to leave our cars outside ad bring our pets inside, come darknes.

Squirrel said...

I like the many gold tones in this pic--even the pavement looks a warm

am said...

This looks familiar. A friend of mine, a gardener, who died on his 50th birthday on December 15, 1997, once rented a garage which he made into an apartment. He's the one who said to me when we were 22 and 24, "You know, you're a little daffy yourself." After he died, I dreamed of daffodils.

Thanks so much for the link to Kenneth Patchen's Painted Picture Poems. I love them, along with your photos which are poems, too.

http://www.concentric.net/~lndb/patchen/patchclr.htm