Another phone panorama by T of Twice Sold Tales, Seattle.

(Oh, Tumblr didn’t flip these, it just fucking SHRANK them so it looks like they went through the wash! Thanks, Tumblr.)

Another phone panorama by T of Twice Sold Tales, Seattle.

(Oh, Tumblr didn’t flip these, it just fucking SHRANK them so it looks like they went through the wash! Thanks, Tumblr.)

The view from our balcony.

The view from our balcony.

Panorama of (some of the) books in bedroom - husband requests I inform audience “That’s too damn blurry” (I like it anyway) (he is a perfectionist about his pictures).

Panorama of (some of the) books in bedroom - husband requests I inform audience “That’s too damn blurry” (I like it anyway) (he is a perfectionist about his pictures).

Downtown Seattle, early spring

Downtown Seattle, early spring

Taped up in Twice Sold Tales bookstore, Cap Hill, Seattle

Taped up in Twice Sold Tales bookstore, Cap Hill, Seattle

Downtown Seattle

Foggy morning in Seattle, early March. To the left is Machiavelli’s (we always crack jokes about the name — “Machiavelli’s: a dinner fit for a prince!”). Up ahead is the giant scary indestructible mid-1970s Pacific Northwest Bell Building, which I think is bombproof or something. It’s known locally as The Deathstar. Photo by Tim Chase.

Foggy morning in Seattle, early March. To the left is Machiavelli’s (we always crack jokes about the name — “Machiavelli’s: a dinner fit for a prince!”). Up ahead is the giant scary indestructible mid-1970s Pacific Northwest Bell Building, which I think is bombproof or something. It’s known locally as The Deathstar. Photo by Tim Chase.

Merry New Year! (and merry legal marriages!). The view from our apartment house roof. Photo by T.

Merry New Year! (and merry legal marriages!). The view from our apartment house roof. Photo by T.

My husband (who took this) calls it “The birds visit the zoo….”

My husband (who took this) calls it “The birds visit the zoo….”