Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Shelfie

by cheri sabraw Crossing the Arno River last May on the Ponte a Santa Trinita, I was struck by the number of African immigrants selling selfie sticks. Gone were hawkers pushing feathered-ball trinkets that danced like frenzied Pinocchios along the … Continue reading

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Quail in search of love

by cheri sabraw As March approaches, each adult Gambel‘s quail begins the vital hunt for the precise mate. Not any quail will suffice. As you can see, a physical inspection takes place clandestinely when the female has taken her eyes … Continue reading

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More geometry in photography

by cheri sabraw I never set the world on fire in mathematics. In elementary school and junior high, my placement was in honors math but barely. In other words, I provided for all those annoying whizzes a magnificent  “C” that … Continue reading

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