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Tufts on the Tarmac

January 29, 2021 - Tufts on the Tarmac Baking in the sun, drowning in the rain, buried for so long under the weight of the abandoned con...
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The Journey Inward

June 09, 2020 - The Journey Inward June 2020 The continued isolation because of Covid-19 has fostered for me a journey inward. Along...
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The Images Speak for Themselves

February 21, 2018 - The Images Speak for Themselves I am grateful to a good friend who showed me a portfolio of her work recently. What str...
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The Wanderer Returns to Shannock

April 04, 2015 - Let me introduce you to a very old friend. This is the George C Clarke/Columbia Narrows Mill in Shannock Village, Richmo...
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Empty Facades

March 08, 2015 - As I edit and group my images by subject, I find themes are present in my work, which become visible through their repet...
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