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The Pile: Thoughts, Life, and Photography of Joshua Davis

Great Blue Heron


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Silhouette of Great Blue Heron at Chincoteague during sunset.

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Veins


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Abstraction

Covering over the Woodley Park/Adams Morgan Metro station

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Chesapeake Bay Bridge

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge as viewed from a cruise ship. The Eastern Shore of Maryland is visible in this photo.

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Virginia Anti-Spam Law Struck Down

As annoying as spam is, I agrea with the Virginia Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the current anti-spam law. The way it was written was a challenge to free speech due to some poorly worded sentences. Here’s what I suggest as a replacement:

It shall be a class 1 [max 12 months, $2500 fine] misdemeanor to send out bulk, pornographic, or fraudulent unsolicited electronic mail messages for commercial purposes. In addition it shall be a class 4 [2-10 years, $100,000 fine] felony to either send more than 10,000 of the before mentioned electronic messages, or have the sender falsely and intentionally identify and impersonate itself with an already existing person or company.

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Temptation

My sisters work of art... me, I'm a vegetarian so no such eats for me.

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Unfinished Church

The Unfinished Church in Bermuda was designed to be a bigger building for the Anglican Church in the early 1800s. The building program ran out of money and consequently the Gothic church was left unfinished.

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We’re In It Together

Video of a barn being painted for Barack Obama.

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Australian Snake-Necked Turtle


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Coke

It was the first time I've actually been confronted by a guard for photography. Apparently photographing the trucks is some grave security risk. The guard said "You can't photograph here," since I was on the publicly owned Dawes Avenue I just told the guy it was "Public property" and walked away. He shouted at me to stop but didn't do anything else. And when I was off what he considered his "territory" I snapped a picture of him, but the crappy autofocus lens messed it up.

It was the first time I’ve actually been confronted by a guard for photography. Apparently photographing the trucks is some grave security risk. The guard said “You can’t photograph here,” since I was on the publicly owned Dawes Avenue I just told the guy it was “Public property” and walked away. He shouted at me to stop but didn’t do anything else. And when I was off what he considered his “territory” I snapped a picture of him, but the crappy autofocus lens messed it up.

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