France Trance (July 2018)
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  Paris Golden droplets Of summer sunlight Seep into the pores Inducing hazy calm. The twirling air Loops through dusty alleyways In a trance– Caught in the moment. A cold splash of deep, silent night Refreshes Resuscitates. Paris Gallery Rouen … Read More

Finding The Allure In Bedraggled Seattle (June 2018)
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  Old brick troubled by safety orange, construction sites. Cranes flutter. Just another day. Uphill climbs and downward gazes Downtown power walks, in and out of skid rows. A work-in-progress city. Zigzag through nifty gift shops and fresh fish; A … Read More

San Francisco Bay Area, California Spring (May 2018)
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  flower-laced, dreamy beaches tango with the frigid ashen air. Lands End meets the Outer Sunset Sutro Baths & Lands End Legion of Honor Museum Ferry Building Farmers Market California Academy of Sciences | Golden Gate Park Chinatown | Golden Gate … Read More

Vancouver’s Green and Growth (June 2015 and October 2017- 2018)
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Vancouver’s gems include its cluster of green parks, architecture and beaches adjoining the city. Bike trails lead right into suburbs with houses on steep slopes, like that of San Francisco. Trails bring fresh, new views at every turn. Bicycling along the seawall easily took us on a … Read More

Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Mud and Roosters – Kauai, Hawaii (November 2017)
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Rain again. Just a little over a mile of hiking into Hawaii’s 11-mile Kalalau Trail and the path was silken clay. It was like skiing through the trail rather than treading. A walking stick was pleasantly useful. Kauai had one … Read More

Autumn Day in Enchanting DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park (October 2017)
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Surrounded by nature in Autumn’s aura, our own creations nestle in deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park.

A Piece of Heaven: Purgatory Chasm State Reservation and Foppema’s Orchard (October 2017)
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Over the meadows and through the woods, we crawl our way between crevices and crumbling leaves. In Purgatory Chasm State Reservation, we are children in the arms of Mother Nature. Fall foliage silently deliver their first and last pirouette as … Read More

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