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Primarily photo extension to macchiato mind as I learn how to use my cameras: iPhone 5S, iPhone 4S with Camera+, Snapseed, Instagram, PS Express, and Hipstamatic Disposable. Nikon D7100, Canon SX230 HS, Canon SD400, Sony α100, Sony W230, Lomo Mini-Diana, Holga 35mm, and Moto Droid loaded with Vignette. Quick edits done with snapseed on my iPad 2. Feel free to comment
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Patricia hails from the fabled city of Cupertino where your favorite portable music player and magical devices grows in the field.
Her occupations included music teacher, code monkey, certified geek, paper pusher, and talent importer. She is also a perpetual student. Patricia fancies herself a long distance runner and has been *training* for a full marathon for a few years.
Patricia is the author of several blogs since the early 2000s and the current incarnation is the most coherent. A comprehensive macchiato mind website has been in the works for the better part of the decade. A single line of requirements has yet to be written and will be in progress in the foreseeable future.
Caffè macchiato (IPA: [maʔˈkja(ː)to], anglicised variously as IPA: /məˈ(t)ʃjætəʊ/, /məˈ(t)ʃjɑːtəʊ/, etc., sometimes Espresso macchiato), an Italian beverage, is espresso with a tiny dollop of foamed milk on top. "Macchiato" simply means "marked" or "stained," and in the case of caffè macchiato, this means literally "espresso stained/marked with milk." Traditionally it is made with one shot of espresso, and the "mark" or "stain" of milk was traditionally put there to indicate the beverage has a little milk in it (usually about a teaspoon). -- Wikipedia
She feels like kicking out all the windows, and setting fire to this life -- "Grey Street" - DMB