A View from the Road

A View from the Road

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October 31, 2020

Pony Express I spotted this homage to the Pony Express, while driving through Kansas.  Regardless of the current issues we are dealing with, the postal service has come a long way; for which I am grateful.
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October 1, 2020

Library Walk “Truth exists. Only falsehood has to be invented.” George Braque (1882-1963) – Le Jour et La Nuit Sometimes we must look down to see the view.  One of my favorite places in New York is the Public Library, on 5th Avenue and 42nd Street; you know where the two large marble lions,...
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September 7, 2020

Can you imagine his strength?
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August 6, 2020

Goodnight! The setting sun; in the Nevada desert.  Can you believe those colors?  I so love the gifts, which the road unexpectedly brings into our lives.
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July 1, 2020

Arcadia Round Barn Once upon a time, this round barn, in Oklahoma, was the most photographed landmark, on Rout 66.  I of course had no idea it existed, or was such an iconic piece of Americana, when we happened to pull over, to photograph it, as we traveled, pre-quarantine, on Rout 66. This is...
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June 1, 2020

A Pick-Me-Up From Wyoming     Driving west on the I 70, we are cautioned to buckle up, as we accelerate our speed to 80 miles an hour!  Of course, this is a speed limit mandated to bring a smile to Kate’s face; and oddly, a sit back and enjoy the view, look to...
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May 10, 2020

Vacancy   We pulled over, in Pennsylvania, drawn by a sign advertising sheep skin coats; alas the coat was not to be, but this sign, in front of an old small motel, caught my interest.  I wondered how long it had been since the “No” had been lit up; the small courtyard like establishment...
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April 13, 2020

Authorized Vehicles Only Tow – Away – Zone     This photograph was taken in the City of  Miami Beach; away from the touristy Art Deco and sandy beach part of the city. I have no idea who the boy, sitting on the chain is, or how long he was there, before I came...
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March 7, 2020

The Temperance Fountain     Did you know we had a Temperance Fountain in Washington D.C.? Or that it is considered to be the ugliest statue in the city? It was considered to be so hideous that it led to public art commissions being established for the approval of such civic gifts. I happened...
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February 9, 2020

“Magnolias for Pittsburg”     I do not know that without the snow, on the ground, I would have been stopped by this View From the Road; but a magnolia tree in bloom, in the winter, most assuredly caught my attention. This small park, located in downtown Pittsburg, on the corner of 7th Street...
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