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Photos of the Days – Lighting Is Key

August 7, 2010

DARK DINING ROOM: Matthew Larsen and the Documents.

August 8, 2010

Tuft

August 9, 2010

This is the second time in this one year project that I have forgotten to take a photo.

August 10, 2010

Deer hoof.

August 11, 2010

Spider light

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Roses at the end of the sunset

Last night’s sunset wasn’t particularly spectacular, but I took a few photos anyways. Nearing the sun’s completion over the hills of the Valley, I snapped two exposures, I’m actually quite fond of. These two pictures of roses in my parent’s garden reminds me of the tones of Rossetti’s paintings. They were taken with on my DSLR with a slow film speed, low F-stop, and a shutter speed of around a second.

Rose buds.

Probably the most fragrant rose in my parent's garden.

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Photos of the Days – Beautiful Last Few Days

May 29, 2010

This photo isn't necessarily about what's the focus of the frame.

May 30, 2010

Big air at the Greenfield Area Skate Park.

May 31, 2010

Mom.

June 1, 2010

One window, one trillion rain drops, one sunset.

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FUSE Rally At UMass

FUSE – Fighting for Unity and Student Enrichment held a rally today on the steps of the UMass Student Union.

Photo of the day: Rally.

Leaflets at the rally state, “By Fall 2010, the UMass administration plans to put the four resource centers that presently serve ALANA students into one program called the Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success (CMASS), to serve current and future ALANA students.” 

A bit small than most UMass rallies, but the spirit was there.

 

Native Americans Student Services is one of the services centers at risk to being watered down.

Don't move our cheese.

For more information on FUSE, one can email Umassfuse@googlegroups.com and visit http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/umassresourcecenters.

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UMass, Meet Campus Pulse

Campus Pulse is a new networking and event management tool for University of Massachusetts Amherst students. Students and staff can visit the site by typing the URL: http://umassamherst.collegiatelink.net. They can log in by typing in their net ID and password.

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ICP at UMass Amherst… sort of

One might have found Insane Clown Posse images pasted cleverly around the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus at the end of the semester.

Some of the pasted pieces of paper have survived the dreary weather, while many have dissolved.

The Insane Clown Posse has been around for a while; the clowns have remained big in the underground.

This video clip of ICP is from 1995, according to SacredC0w‘s YouTube page.

Loads of ICP videos are posted on YouTube and various Web sites.

PBS’s Frontline included the group in an episode called The Merchants of Cool.

PasteMagazine.com has an article called “THIRTY REASONS WHY THE INSANE CLOWN POSSE’S 2009 GATHERING OF THE JUGGALOS INFOMERCIAL IS THE GREATEST YOUTUBE CLIP EVER.”

Non-the-less, the group is still a controversial act after more than ten years.

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Sunderland: A whole lot of ‘Yes’

Despite being laid off, Carol Devine supports the override

 

Carol Devine supports the override

Carol Devine supports the override

Concerned Citizens of Sunderland

Some Sunderland residents may have received a flyer in the mail supporting the override. The flyer was paid for by the concerned Citizens of Sunderland.

 

Sunderland Override Fact Sheet (1 of 2)

"Sunderland Override Fact Sheet" (1 of 2)

 

Sunderland Override Fact Sheet (2 of 2)

"Sunderland Override Fact Sheet" (2 of 2)

 

Poster supporting the override

Poster supporting the override

For more information, contact David Pierce at yes4sunderland@gmail.com.

 

Stay tuned. There may be more posted on the override if I see anything.


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