Monthly Archives: April 2011

Weekly Photo Challenge: One

Sometimes “one” can end up being many.  This photo is of a Matryoshka Doll I bought at an outdoor art bazaar near the Opera house in Lviv, Ukraine, when I was there in 1999.  It is one doll turned in … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Old

What does it mean to be “Old”?  A quick search of online dictionaries garnered these definitions; Having lived or existed for a relatively long time; far advanced in years or life, 2)Made long ago; in existence for many years, 3)Having or … Continue reading

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Can creativity save a City?

It’s 40F and rainy today. It’s spring, right?  Standing outside and getting chilled it’s hard to tell that it’s not winter anymore.  It’s that damp cold that causes my poor arthritic dog’s joints to ache.  At first glance things still … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Light

Luminary Lanterns Light the April “Fool Moon.” Last night the downtown streets were full of young and old parading with their handmade puppet luminary lanterns. The sidewalk crowd was so dense in places you had move as a cooperative unit, … Continue reading

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