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Snowy Shores of Lake Tahoe

24 Mar 2015, Posted by P.J. Oswald in Places

I’m about the furthest thing from a ski bum. I’ve spent most of my life within two hours’ drive of some of the country’s best ski slopes such as like Aspen, Vail, and Lake Tahoe. And somehow I’ve never strapped a single foot to ski or snowboard. The closest thing to snow that I experience is usually shaved ice.

So when I spotted the familiar Zephyr Cove Beach covered in snow, I knew I needed to venture into the cold with my friend Nikon.


The Plotting Sheep of Skye

23 Mar 2015, Posted by P.J. Oswald in Places, Things

The population of Scotland hovers somewhere around six million people. The sheep population is estimated to be eight million. Which is why the Scots live in constant fear of a violent sheep uprising.

Just look at these two; the careless hay hanging out of the mouth cannot disguise the bloodthirsty scheming inside.


Smart Phone Saturdays: Settlers of Catan

21 Mar 2015, Posted by P.J. Oswald in Things

I take a break from my blogging exploits over the weekend — but I uphold a promise to deliver a simple smart phone photo each Saturday.

This week, you’ll find a group of my friends winding down over everyone’s favorite German indie board game: The Settlers of Catan. When it comes to this game, its more like winding up!



The Sunlit Spire of Old Tron Kirk

19 Mar 2015, Posted by P.J. Oswald in Places

Cathedrals like this are few and far between where I live.

Not only do I live in the United States, where the fine art of century-in-the-making-type churches has been lost, but I also live on the West Coast. This is the land of churches that are planted with zeal in humble concrete walled warehouses. Heck, I’ve got a church that meets in my little house. For us, the art of place doesn’t matter to us as much as just having a place.