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Oban Sunsets – 2

Day two with two more photos of Oban sunsets.  I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I do.  In the midst of busy daily life at home, looking at these photos takes me back to a calmer moment … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Roof Tops

  Teri  📷

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Scott Monument

I had seen the top of this monument from afar and wondered what it was.  I assumed it was another church steeple or something of the sort.  And how very wrong I was.  This is the Scott monument dedicated to … Continue reading

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Scotland Road Trip – First and Last Days

Initially the plan was to take you on our road trip as it happened but after my eyes stopped glazing over by the sheer number of photos taken, I decided to start at the beginning and the end and then … Continue reading

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Some signs of spring… but not a lot!

There are patches of spring flowers here and there; daffodils, snowdrops and just the tops of tulips.  The grass is getting greener and even a few trees have started to form the buds that will be this years foliage but … Continue reading

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Movement: Warner Brothers 1984

With a tip of the hat to many of us who as children eagerly looked forward to Saturday morning cartoons, also in the movement section of the museum were these signed by their creators –  Friz Freleng  and Chuck Jones … Continue reading

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Movement: The inventor of the electronic flash

One area of the Columbus Museum of Art was dedicated to movement.  All things shown there represented movement from mobiles that you the visitor could create to photos and art about movement. This is a photo of Harold Edgerton (American … Continue reading

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