Monthly Archives: November 2015

Lunch and Photos in Downtown Houston

I had to go downtown for jury duty today.  I wasn’t selected, in fact, my number never came up at all.  I got kicked loose about 11:15 AM.  I’d already arranged to have the day off from work (the magic … Continue reading

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Free Worldwide Shipping Today Only!

Today, Friday November 27th I am happy to announce that my fulfillment company is offering free shipping world wide until midnight Eastern time. And they have now added 14 different printers across the world in five different countries.   Joshua House … Continue reading

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Ten and a half hour Cyanotype Exposure

Today I’m seeing what I get with a very long cyanotype exposure.  It will be sitting in the sun for about ten and a half hours.  Results this evening after 8 Central.   For those wondering it will be this … Continue reading

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Cyanotype Sunday

Cyanotype Sunday will be an ongoing series of images created in the historic photographic process known as cyanotype.  I have used black and white negatives that I have created from my photography and printed on 8.5×11 transparency sheets.  I then … Continue reading

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20% Discount!

I am offering a 20% discount off the artists profit on my website http://joshua-house.artistwebsites.com/index.html?tab=galleries from now until midnite 11/28 eastern time.  Use  TZBZCC at checkout.  If you’ve any questions or pieces you’ve seen on here that you can’t find on the … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo “The Four Republics”

The Four Republics will return Thursday evening. I’ve got the flu.

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NaNoWriMo “The Four Republics” Part Ten

Juan V. Caycedo looked out the windows of the Presidential Palace in Bogata and worried.  He worried from the moment he woke to the moment he went to sleep often twenty hours later.  He worried about the Europeans always interested … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo “The Four Republics” Part Nine

James Smith looked out from the rail of the M.S. Acoma at San Diego.  He had always found the Mexican practice of naming ships for inland towns and cities curious, and this was no exception.    He’d never been to Nuevo … Continue reading

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African American War Heroes

The Famous 369th Arrive in New York City ca. 1919. Members of the 369th [African American] Infantry, formerly 15th New York Regulars. Known as the Harlem Hellfighters. Source: African American War Heroes

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We now call it “Victory”.

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Victory.” Does this image look like Victory or Loss? We now see the First World War as a victory.  But the war ended with an Armistice rather then actual victory.  It … Continue reading

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