Ramblings and cultural musings on travels and life in an engineered landscape.
Friday, January 9, 2009
Days gone and days yet to come
I am looking through some photos to illustrate a point I want to make in a lecture next week--and it is bitter cold out, snow falling, roads icy--when I came across this. The Marblehead light at Marblehead, Ohio. I enjoyed seeing it all fresh and clean and green and bathed with springtime hues--gorgeous--and I want to share it with you:
Jessica slipped and fell into Lake Erie:
Sun setting on the Davis-Besse cooling tower, Lake Erie:NC
Assistant Professor of Communication Arts at The Defiance College in Defiance, Ohio. My academic background is in English literary studies and history and I hold a Ph.D. in American Culture Studies from Bowling Green State University. I am in the process of converting my doctoral dissertation *Foods That Matter: Constructing Place and Community at Food Festivals in Northwest Ohio* into a book manuscript. *Foods That Matter* examines the cultural practices surrounding foods presented at food festivals in Northwest Ohio. Finally, I am the father of two daughters who reluctantly accompany my wife, Michelle, and me on our culinary travels—you come too.