Gary Iversen makes his debut on this blog

Another great Duck Lake scene:Image

About Tom Scanlon

Tom Scanlon started his journalism career as a sports stringer with the Pittsburgh Press (RIP) and Post-Gazette, then moved on to the Seattle Times, Mesa Tribune etc. He is the author of plays including "The Superhumans" and novels including "Ocean Shores Tourist Killer," "Atlantis City," and, now, "The Immaculate Jagoffs of Pittsburgh."
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8 Responses to Gary Iversen makes his debut on this blog

  1. Emma Davis says:

    That is so cool you were able to catch the ducks forming a crescent shape in the water, really nice composition!

  2. sheltered2 says:

    Glad to see you could get your ducks in a row !

  3. Bob Buoy says:

    Damn, thought he was gone.

    • Barbara says:

      No such luck. I’ve never seen a town with so many “photographers” peddling photos of so many of the same or very similar objects. It just gets old. Like complaining about the same things going on here but not doing anything about it.

      • J-Bird says:

        I like the photos Barbara. I like ducks and deer, snowy owls and sunsets, and big ships in the harbor. “Peddling”? I think one must be paid in order to be peddling. These photographers are sharing.

  4. Lorraine T says:

    Wow, really? Not you Gary….some of the asses, and assettes commenting here….sorry for name calling Tom, but if the shoe fits. Just sign me window lickin’ no brain Lorraine

    I’ve seen comments like these in cnn comments and Komo4 comments and thought wow, you really have nothing better to do with your time? Go be rude somewhere else, no one here cares.

  5. sheltered2 says:

    Sad but true Lorraine. They slip out of the diaper here too.

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