Monthly Archives: October 2014

Refraction and reflection – Part two

  Monumental rose  

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Contrasts Brightly colored living monuments co-existing with markers representing death and loss.

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Moving stairs

Anyone who know knows me well (or who shops with me) knows that I avoid escalators. I can empathize with the young children who can’t be coaxed onto to the escalators by their mothers – of course, without the screaming … Continue reading

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Untie the Pink Ribbons

Originally posted on Misifusa's Blog:
“Life is a gift. We just have to remember to untie the ribbons.”  – Unknown ? I was diagnosed on New Year’s Eve of 2001 with breast cancer.  I heralded in 2002 with trepidation,…

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Bath time for Alexander

Let me begin by writing that I’m not one for giving a cat a bath. Several weeks ago, I came home from work to find Alexander struggling to stand on four feet but his back legs wouldn’t cooperate.  One of … Continue reading

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Dreamy I felt as if I could have stayed here forever I never wanted to go home

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Refraction and reflection Part of the NYC skyline reflected in the upper window of an abandoned rail terminal in NJ with images of the park in the lower window. When taking the shot, I was vaguely aware that my reflection would also … Continue reading

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