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Wordless Wednesday~No Words

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Monochrome Monday~Monday Morning

Starting the day. Another week ahead. Let’s do it.

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Friday Finishes~It Was More

Sometimes a photo is worth more than the scene captured. Worth more than a thousand words. There’s everything going on around the photographer, behind the photographer. This sunset photo was taken in a beach parking lot. People in their cars, … Continue reading

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Words on Wednesday~Reflection

Morning coffee. Reading. Look up to see that it’s flowers o’clock.

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Monochrome Monday~On The Road

The stark beauty of traveling the country roads. A recent trip to the Pacific Northwest along the highways from California to Oregon and Vancouver, Washington reminded me of the beauty of this country.

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The Sunday Traveler Evening Edition~More Merida

I believe this is where we left off. The wonderful meal I enjoyed at the restaurant called The Museum of Gastronomy in downtown Merida. Another thing I had not known about Merida prior to getting there is that it is … Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday ~ On the Strait

Tug heading out on the Carquinez Strait, in Northern California.

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The Sunday Traveler~Merida’s City Scene

Downtown Merida is a happening place, and the usual Mexican main plaza in the middle of a town holds true to form here too. The cathedral in a Mexican town is almost always at the main plaza or in very … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday ~ Mexico City Serenity

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Monochrome Monday

The Carquinez Strait at low tide. View from Benicia in Northern California, the place I’m lucky enough to call home.

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