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travel, latin america, photography, urban planning and stuff.
...and now my New York chronicles

September 30, 2002  
Vintage Signage, Greenpoint Brooklyn, courtesy of BrooklynKid.
posted by Thomas

September 27, 2002  
Simon Ladefoged. Danish Photographer. Scandanavian banality.
posted by Thomas

WTC Architecture Rant from the New Republic.
posted by Thomas

September 26, 2002  
Art Deco Buildings on Bronx's Grand Concourse, nice photos and good history of a fascinating section of the Bronx, the website also has good pictures of art deco buildings in upper manhattan
posted by Thomas

September 20, 2002  
Brasilia under construction, photos from the late 1950's.
posted by Thomas

Yucatan photos, by photographer Robert Hansen. I really like this picture of a small town plaza in the fog
posted by Thomas

September 18, 2002  
LVMH Tower, Cool Pics on 57th St. in Manhattan, via the ever cool Architecture forum at WiredNewYork.com
posted by Thomas

September 16, 2002  
Etymology of the Smiley :-) (via Dan Gillmor)
posted by Thomas

September 13, 2002  
Argentinaahhh, a cute picture showing how things are these days in Argentina, from a local weblog.
posted by Thomas

September 06, 2002  
Small-town meetings, large scale photographs, by Paul Shambroom. Currently on view at the Julie Saul Gallery in NYC. [not bad for an artist's website but it's annoying how poor most professional photographer's web presence is]
posted by Thomas

September 03, 2002  
Cave Photo, no natural light, lit with flashlights.
posted by Thomas

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About me

My name's Thomas Locke Hobbs. I used to live in Argentina, now I am in New York City. I grew up in California. I'm a bit suspicious as the value of keeping a weblog, but I do it anyway. Go to my home page for more about me.

Weblogs I read:

Xblog, Virginia Postrel, Signal vs. Noise, Peterme, Obscure Store, Metafilter, Media News, Lonely Planet Daily Scoop, Lightningfield, Kottke, Joel on Software, Dan Bricklin, Camworld, Arts and Letters Daily,

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