Category Archives: Inspiration

Short Walking Tour of Yaremche

The word “Yaremche” comes from Turkish word meaning little half. Like much of Ukraine the city has been occupied by different countries through the centuries.  Today it reminds me of places in Michigan like Petoskey and Traverse City. There are … Continue reading

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I don’t ski anymore

  Bukovel is more than a ski resort   I was a bit nervous when my cousin Ivanna and her husband Sasha ushered me to the ski lift. I have many memories of skiing in Northern Michigan. Some fond memories … Continue reading

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A Photo Dash through Lviv

Lviv is a city alive with incongruacies and frequent visual surprises., Here I quickly include a few that got my attention last Friday morning.

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Somethings don’t get lost in translation

This flower pushing it’s way through the cement reminded me of how artists add beauty to our lives in the same fashion. Not always, but many times an artist must not be afraid to stand alone and expose themselves to … Continue reading

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A week of Discovery

A lifetime of sights packed into a week. So many new things still so much to learn. Not sure my Ukrainian language skills are improving as much as my English language skills are diminishing. Words in both languages are constantly … Continue reading

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Де я? Where am I

Де я? Where am I? This is the theme of my time here in Lviv so far. However, it could be a metaphorical reminder to live life in the moment. Frequently stoping and taking in where you are and deciding … Continue reading

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In the beginning

 

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