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The Imperial Ancestral Temple (Tai Miao), set next to the south-east border of the Forbidden City, was the site of the emperor’s premier place of worship. A…

This was a new one for me…the Getty Villa wasn't open when I lived in Cali. So it was a first and I have to say that I like the original Getty much better. More…

Nearly every day, we cross the MacDonald Bridge on our journey to work. We've maintained the same commute for a couple of years now and as such, we don't often…

The columns at the University of Arkansas' Mullins' Library have always fascinated me. I've never tried photographing the repeating line pattern of them, but…

Some more pictures from my adventure through the Norfolk Botanical Gardens with some great friends. A few of their engagement pictures will follow soon.

Another Spring Break, another awesome trip. This year, Rome and Athens were on the itinerary. The European Debt crisis was the topic of study, but I'll not be…

Trompe l'oeil a poem by Joan I. Siegel From the beginning the eyes trick: a burst of blinding light the moonstone of your mother's face objects afloat in the…

Even though they were created many years ago... columns still make any building, wall, or structure look amazing! I pass this particular wall while going to,…
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