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In Nature

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September 18, 2017

Follow Tobacco     There are moments when I am feeling bolder than others, on this particular day, I spotted these men hard at work, in a tobacco field, and decided to stop and ask them if I might photograph them and their labor – they all kindly said yes.  ...
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Remembering Nine-Eleven

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September 10, 2017

Follow The Tear Drop Memorial to September 11th Bayonne New Jersey     I cannot say that we made a conscious decision to visit 9-11 Memorials; but what I will say is that I do not regret a single detour or stop made, at any of these locations, and that I...
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In Nature

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August 22, 2017

Follow The Tree – Yes, That Tree     As spring came into focus, this year, we decided it was time to deal with a few of the trees that were too close to the house, including The Tree. The Tree in our life, the infamous tree, is the tree that...
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Food

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August 7, 2017

Follow   Pickled Beets     My first memories of a “real” delicatessen are in California, going into Canter’s Deli that was open 24 hours a day! The deli had enough neon to belong in Los Angeles and enough of everything else – from good food to ambiance – to be...
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In Nature

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July 28, 2017

Follow Riverbanks Botanical Garden   “And the secret garden bloomed and bloomed and every morning revealed new miracles.” ~ Frances Hodgson Burnett ~ The Secret Garden   I love gated gardens with architectural features that invite you in to explore their treasures. It was particularly nice to have this garden to myself. One...
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Because I Can

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July 24, 2017

Follow   For Caroline Cobre, Oriente, Cuba http://www.guije.com/pueblo/municipios/ocobre/indexe.htm April 27, 1948 — saved; April 27, 1949 — baptized in the Holy Spirit; December 25, 1948 — baptized in water   408 53 St. West, Apt. 10 New York, New York (1957) 555 E. Elizabeth, Brownsville, Texas, c/o Rev. H. Glenn Smith (1958)     26...
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Food

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July 3, 2017

Follow Gray’s Papaya     Hot dogs are most definitely a food I must be in the mood for; they are not part of my regular fare, but a good hotdog can certainly hit the spot, at the right moment – like say the 4th of July! For me, what makes...
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In Nature

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June 29, 2017

Follow Pagoda & Oriental Garden     In Norfolk, Virginia, while searching for the Mermaids, which dot the cities landscape, I was advised by a passerby, that I should make sure not to miss the Pagoda & and Oriental Garden.  I thanked him for his suggestion, and stepped up my pace!...
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Public Square

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June 22, 2017

Follow Julia Ideson Library A Part of the Houston Public Library     As a child, my Mother would often take me and my sisters to the public library; it was of course an inexpensive diversion, but it was also the place where her endless curiosities could be addressed. I do...
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Food

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June 17, 2017

Follow Bread Pudding   I love bread pudding! I enjoy it hot out of the oven, at room temperature, and chilled; it is great plain or with sauce or whipped cream.  It is a dish that travels well and sits happily in the refrigerator for a good week, especially in an...
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