Skiff Hill Scars across this “sharpening rock” (Nauset people honing tools and weapons) would seem a glacier’s striations, if they…
These images are from a 1921 illustrated guide to figure skating by Bror Myer, a Swedish skating champion. Meyer felt the guide necessary as in "latter years the art of skating has made such rapid strides." On his use of photography, he said: "To facilitate an easy interpretation of the text, as well as to show more clearly the various movements, I decided, after great consideration, to illustrate the work by means of photographs taken with a Cinematograph." From Public Domain Review
The New You
The day after the riots at the Capitol, I’m frazzled, and while walking to my new dentist’s office, I wonder if he may be a Trumper and will somehow recognize me as a Democrat, then decide to pull a few of my teeth as revenge.
Five Hours Ahead
On the train to the movie theater, Marin counts five hours ahead. London is asleep by now. Ethan is there,…