Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Goodbye, Oakley

- The normal commute home through Oakley Square.

Departing a neighborhood and home.

Monday, January 7, 2019

At The Carew Tower - January 5, 2019

"I knelt down to my camera bag to change lenses, but in the spot usually reserved for a wide angle, I had the ring that we had picked out together. I hadn’t been nervous until the elevator ride up. I didn’t know what to say, but hoped I had said it in letters, actions, and conversations prior. I simply asked her—this person who means more than anyone could know, who understands better than anyone could—to marry me."

Saturday, December 29, 2018


It seems as if I find myself doing this every December: going back and forth on whether or not to create a year-end post—some sort of a recap on the stories and photos published here on QC/D over the past 365 days. I usually end up doing it and it usually begins with a sentence similar to the one you just read. 

Monday, December 3, 2018

Jungle Jim's Monorail

The story of a suburban legend and its journey from one "jungle" to the next.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Cooper Stadium and Reflecting on a Relationship With Baseball

There was this scrap of paper that had been on the floor of my apartment next to the dryer for a few days. I never managed to pick it up until I finally had to do some laundry. I scraped it off the fake wood and for a second, I thought it was a sticker of some sort. When it came up, I turned it over and found the Major League Baseball logo. Which is odd, because I haven't been wearing any clothing adorned with MLB trademarks for some time.