Monthly Archives: March 2015

Color Me Unimpressed

By Jim McCloskey It’s attention-getting, so it’s easy to figure out why it’s done.  But in this case, my feeling is that just because it can be done doesn’t mean it should be done. What I’m agitated about here is … Continue reading

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Clearing the Shelves

By Jim McCloskey For the past six years – ever since that fateful day in the spring of 2009 when I decided that my offsite storage space was far too inconvenient to be worth the monthly cost – I’ve been … Continue reading

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Keyboard Exercises

By Jim McCloskey Among the many things I like about working on WaterShapes.com and its companion digital newsletter is the opportunity it has given me to write. Back when I was with Pool & Spa News, I wrote opening editorials … Continue reading

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A Critical Eye

By Jim McCloskey I spend a lot of time looking at watershapes:  Big and small, elaborate and simple, recreational and decorative, calm and eruptive, distant and interactive.  In too many ways to count, they’re so much nicer now than when … Continue reading

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