Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 06/07/2012


Photo taken on May  5, 2012



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This was excessive.

This was excessive.
Syringa vulgaris indeed. This is approximately a 30% greater density of lilac blossoms than would have easily prompted discomfiting thoughts that 2012 is a year of frightening mutations. Plus their odour is cloying.

Plus these are "lie-locks," according to the swarms of Minnesotans I shudder and cringe to have to listen to, all around me, all the time.

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In south Minneapolis on May 5th, 2012, outside the "Morrison Building"/"The Julia Morrison Memorial Building" on the grounds of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
SB413.L65 Lilacs—Pictorial works.
TD788 Refuse and refuse disposal—United States—Pictorial works.
TS2280 Smoking paraphernalia—Pictorial works.
N330.M56 Minneapolis College of Art and Design—Pictorial works.
F614.M56W45 Whittier Neighborhood (Minneapolis, Minn.)—Pictorial works.
F614.M543 Minneapolis (Minn.)—Pictorial works.

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