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Automobiles and Model Cars

Automobiles and Model Cars
Photography by Carlo Bevilaqua, 1971
Text by Edwardo Massucci, 1971
Crescent Books, US, English edition, 1972
printed in Italy
ex libris signature: “Ralph Francis Barrick”
inserted are two flyers of Pocher models

The Book of Old Ships (and Something of Their Evolution and...

The Book of Old Ships (and Something of Their Evolution and Romance)
Illustrated by Gordon Grant, 1924
Text by Henry B. Culver, 1924
Bonanza Books, US, reprint 1974

Veteran Cars: The Formative Years of Motoring

Veteran Cars: The Formative Years of Motoring
F. Wilson McComb, 1974
Hamlyn Publishing Group, UK/US/AU/CA, 1974
printed in Czechosolvakia

Great Collectors’ Cars

Great Collectors’ Cars
Gianni Rogliatti, 1970
Grosset & Dunlap, US, 1973

Those Wonderful Old Automobiles

Those Wonderful Old Automobiles
Floyd Clymer, 1953
Bonanza Books, US, reprint 1955

Yesterday I found that Vidma had tucked herself in a...

Yesterday I found that Vidma had tucked herself in a ridiculously cute way so I grabbed my phone for a picture which Malenky suddenly decided he needed to walk across her to photo-bomb.

Lights for Ukraine on Harbour Centre

Lights for Ukraine on Harbour Centre

Out and about where I’ve “got no business...

Out and about where I’ve “got no business being.”

Stepping out from behind the camera, breaking the 4th wall to...

Stepping out from behind the camera, breaking the 4th wall to ask a question during the Q&A portion of a presentation at a symposium at work.

Photo: Paul Joseph, UBC

Iz mah job.

Iz mah job.
Recording musicians last November playing from a glow in the dark graphical score composed in response to work created by an artist (Josèfa Ntjam, “Luciferin Drop”, 2020) created as part of an artists’ residency in an asyropartical physics lab 2km under the Sudbury meteor crater. I’m at the far right (and this is the only context the words “far right” ever apply to me.)

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