Tag Archives: Photography

Weird Memories Found

I have a weird childhood memory of going on a picnic with the Frezon grandparents and, no doubt, Aunt Marie and that we were in dark woods and at, not a stream, but a spillway. And over the years I’ve … Continue reading

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Stopping at the library, the grocery store, the sunset

I stopped at the library tonight to drop off some magazines I was trying to clear out. Hopefully someone will be thrilled to look through them, cut them up etc. I stopped at the grocery store under the premise that … Continue reading

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Photos from the Fourth

Here are most of the photos I took during my travels on the Fourth – to the Clark, along the Green and home again.

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Clouds and Cloud Chasing

I’ll be out chasing clouds the next few days. These are from the 27th. I care about truth, not for truth’s sake but for my own. — Samuel Butler, novelist

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A Trio of Mid-June Flowers

There’s a trio of photos waiting for you in this flickr album

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