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Public Art is kind of an enigma…when I'm in South Bend I hear people grumble about Mark di Suvero's “The Keepers of the Fire” sculpture [southbendtribune.com]

Sometimes on my way to work in the afternoon I stop by a gas station for an energy drink to keep me going the rest of the day. While I was there today I noticed…

Walking around the upper level of the Greek temple in Taormina [photoblog.com] was an interesting looking doorway. I like to try and frame [photoblog.com]…

I have been super busy lately but I was thinking about what I wanted to do for the Fill the Frame theme and I remembered this photo I took on a trip to DC a few…

my impressions from the Open Air Museum of the Centre of Europe - sculpture by DeWitt Godfrey. http://www.europosparkas.lt/index.html [europosparkas.lt]

Aaahh,,i just want to upload some,,no editing except on pic #1,,ehehe,,i'm not in the mood for playing photoshop,,

A friend in Cyprus loved the miniature magnetic picture frames you usually get in Christmas crackers. She wanted more. Do you have any idea how difficult it is…

Oh dear. I am sorry that a quote offered in genuine good faith should provoke such a hostile reaction and one felt so personally. Here's my take on it, FWIW.…

I was feeling a bit tired around eleven this morning so I decided upon a short nap…That was over seven hours ago! I'm glad that there were no plans for today…

The ironic thing about this shot is that it is taken as the reflection of the plastic part at the bottom of my TV! Not bad for a nightstand that is about 7 ft.…
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