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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Tuesday Deadline Linkdump: Sharp images edition

Posted By on Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 10:48 AM

Sights on sites worth a look:

Backyard Balloon, etc.: (Runs with Scissors) The one from the Montpelier farmer's market is surreal. Anybody know anything about this?

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Pride pics: (Beauty is in the eye of the storm) Great shots like this one (right) from Kelly G.

New comic: (As Seen in VT)

Fourth of July slide show: (Bloggle) Great small town 4th photos from Doug Cadmus, via a Flickr slideshow.

On the road: (DTWOF) Alison Bechdel has returned from her cross-country treks. She's been documenting them on her blog. Check out these pics of her with various women cartoonists, like Nicole Hollander of Sylvia fame.   

Who's who at the Blogger BBQ: (What's the Point) Niel Jensen captures a bunch of blogger talking and eating in the meatspace (yep, including Bill Simmon) and Scudder Parker playing ball. I don't see any dead governors, though...

Truck accident photos: (iBrattleboro) From citizen journalist Frederic Noyes.

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