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Church, temple, alien aerodrome, or prehistoric calendar?

Yesterday was the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year… and man, did it ever feel like it. Traditionally, the Solstice has been a very significant day in pagan religions, and there are monuments surrounding the globe that were used to mark this day with […]


Want to Explore a Historic Steam Powerplant?

On a uncharacteristically beautiful, warm, and non-rainy day in Seattle, I grabbed my cameras and headed south to the industrial district to scout locations for zombie horror films take some photos of old buildings. Wandering around Boeing Field, I noticed a sign for the Georgetown Power Plant Museum … and lo and behold, it turned out to be the once-monthly day where the historic steam plant is open to the public. Score!

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