18th March 2011

PLACES OF JAPAN 11 - “KOCHI HOUSES”
I quite enjoyed this row of eclectic homes in Kochi as I love the hodgepodge of materials used to construct each home. If Mad Max ever went beyond the Thunder Dome to Kochi I could see him building a similar home out of found materials. 
What’s interesting is that although each of these three homes is very unique, all three seem to have the same door. 
Also, in case you are wondering, the earthquake was nowhere near Kochi so the homes you see here are definitely still standing. PLACES OF JAPAN 11 - “KOCHI HOUSES”
I quite enjoyed this row of eclectic homes in Kochi as I love the hodgepodge of materials used to construct each home. If Mad Max ever went beyond the Thunder Dome to Kochi I could see him building a similar home out of found materials. 
What’s interesting is that although each of these three homes is very unique, all three seem to have the same door. 
Also, in case you are wondering, the earthquake was nowhere near Kochi so the homes you see here are definitely still standing.

PLACES OF JAPAN 11 - “KOCHI HOUSES”

I quite enjoyed this row of eclectic homes in Kochi as I love the hodgepodge of materials used to construct each home. If Mad Max ever went beyond the Thunder Dome to Kochi I could see him building a similar home out of found materials. 

What’s interesting is that although each of these three homes is very unique, all three seem to have the same door. 

Also, in case you are wondering, the earthquake was nowhere near Kochi so the homes you see here are definitely still standing.

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21st February 2011

THE HUMAN HIGHLIGHTER
Without the bright blue earmuffs he’d be just another regular guy who happens to wear bright clothes. But with the bright blue earmuffs he ups his game and transforms into “The Human Highlighter”. Watch out because if he thinks you’re important he might brighten your day!!! What an awesome super hero.
Note to self: Make “Human Highlighter” comic book, make lots of money, buy big screen tv, order some pizza, watch Cupcake Wars with Vicki, eat pizza, watch Animal Hoarders with Vicki, order more pizza. THE HUMAN HIGHLIGHTER
Without the bright blue earmuffs he’d be just another regular guy who happens to wear bright clothes. But with the bright blue earmuffs he ups his game and transforms into “The Human Highlighter”. Watch out because if he thinks you’re important he might brighten your day!!! What an awesome super hero.
Note to self: Make “Human Highlighter” comic book, make lots of money, buy big screen tv, order some pizza, watch Cupcake Wars with Vicki, eat pizza, watch Animal Hoarders with Vicki, order more pizza.

THE HUMAN HIGHLIGHTER

Without the bright blue earmuffs he’d be just another regular guy who happens to wear bright clothes. But with the bright blue earmuffs he ups his game and transforms into “The Human Highlighter”. Watch out because if he thinks you’re important he might brighten your day!!! What an awesome super hero.

Note to self: Make “Human Highlighter” comic book, make lots of money, buy big screen tv, order some pizza, watch Cupcake Wars with Vicki, eat pizza, watch Animal Hoarders with Vicki, order more pizza.

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28th January 2011

KOCHI TROLLEY
I rather enjoyed the trolleys in Kochi as the red and green interiors reminded me of Amélie, one of my favorite films ever.
Aside from that, simply being on a trolley in the year 2011 was in-and-of-itself a really magical experience. Outside of San Francisco and Mister Rogers reruns you don’t see them too much these days. KOCHI TROLLEY
I rather enjoyed the trolleys in Kochi as the red and green interiors reminded me of Amélie, one of my favorite films ever.
Aside from that, simply being on a trolley in the year 2011 was in-and-of-itself a really magical experience. Outside of San Francisco and Mister Rogers reruns you don’t see them too much these days.

KOCHI TROLLEY

I rather enjoyed the trolleys in Kochi as the red and green interiors reminded me of Amélie, one of my favorite films ever.

Aside from that, simply being on a trolley in the year 2011 was in-and-of-itself a really magical experience. Outside of San Francisco and Mister Rogers reruns you don’t see them too much these days.

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