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Passion & Dedication

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down the yellow brick road

It seems I've found a few little treasures, tucked away in a little town south/east of Tucson.  Bisbee, AZ had a lot to live up to.  I'd been hearing about the photo ops of this quirky town and seen some friends pictures, and  I, well,


Urban Planting

Jerome, AZ, has always had a slightly edgy (or we can just call it strange)  vibe going on.  The whole town is built on the side of a mountain and looks like the Russians did press the button some time in the 80's.  You can't


the month of the diptych

Diptych: a work made up of two matching parts.  I'll admit it, I didn't really know what this was until a few months ago.   I noticed that many of the photo blogs I've frequented had been showing these amazing pieces of art.  It hit me


Something about the lone bike

I've noticed a trend.  For some reason I seem drawn to photo's with bikes in them.  Not a bunch of bikes, the lone bike in the middle of a busy place.  There is a peacefulness to the scene but also a sadness.  Just a bit


lamenting the tulip

I was talking to a neighbor today on the morning walk to school.  Tulips seemed to be the topic of conversation.  Both of us come from the north, where snow is melting and one always looks forward to the green stem poking out of the