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Archive for August, 2008

So… you don’t have room for a garden?

Posted by Mike on August 9, 2008

Take a tour of floating homes then you will know what miniature means. Here is a fully functioning garden.

shoe-garden

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OK! It’s a Postcard. But is that bad?

Posted by Mike on August 9, 2008

Sunset, August, warm, intoxicated with favorite female friend, have camera, make pitcher. What else is there?

edmonds-calendar

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Ocean Alexander…. only 74 feet

Posted by Mike on August 8, 2008

Here is a 12 shot panoramic interior of one of the nicest places you could ocean-alexanderbe out on the water…. Got a few million? then you’re all set….

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Toy Boat

Posted by Mike on August 8, 2008

The impressive 80 foot Ocean Alexander… at night.

80-foot-ocean-alex

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Howard Behar, patience incarnate

Posted by Mike on August 1, 2008

Mr. Behar, formerly of that giant coffee company (Starbucks), was the object of a magazine story I was asked to photograph.

The requirements to fit into the design were pretty specific and I needed to combine actual bowlers in the background with him….

He was cool right up to picture 3… and then we were done….

Thanks, Howard.

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