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What is the connection between the Lincoln Memorial and a small town embedded in the Colorado Rocky Mountains? Marble. Parts of the historic monument were sculpted out of said stone...
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Punxsutawney Phil did not see a shadow today so, according to Groundhog Day folklore, we are in for an early Spring. But before you celebrate, you may want to take...
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There’s something very therapeutic about walking through a park after a fresh snowfall. Even though I’m a photographer in love with color, I also find the more subtle hues and...
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Yesterday was the kind of day where you just want to kick back and relax around the fireplace. It snowed; and not just flurries either. Mother nature has teased us...
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This week’s Twitter #FriFotos theme is “Curves”, which is rather convenient for me since I just photographed many downtown Chicago curves. While the windy city’s architecture is probably better known...
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  • The Chicago River and Architecture
Chicago is world famous for its architecture, so during my recent first visit, I was very excited to have the opportunity to photograph some of its landmark buildings. It turned...
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Bailey torpedoed off into the distance, leapt out of the water, flipped in the air, plunged back in, and speeded back, skidding to a stop in front of us, eager...
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This week’s #FriFotos theme is ‘Flowers’. I was delighted to hear the announcement on Tuesday, as I love both color, and flowers. Consequently have quite a collection of flower photos....
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“Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes Nothin’ remains quite the same…”– Jimmy Buffett As I floated in the clear turquoise waters over the coral reef, I observed a school of...
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Never say ‘never’. After living in the tropics for years and making bold statements like, “I’ll NEVER live up North, in the cold again,” my husband, Ashton, was just a...
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