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On this day in...
- 2011: Just a Tributary in a River of Stones — I’m participating this new month in Fiona Robyn and Kaspa’s River of Stones, the international small stones writing month. A [...]
- 2009: Wrens at the Pinecone Feeder — A Carolina Wren stops by early For Christmas our nephew and neice (with some help from their mom, I’m sure) made [...]
- 2008: Egret Seen Through Reeds — [photopress:egret_through_reeds.jpg,full,pp_image] Another excursion to the pond. Great egret flies low across the water. Reeds and wind. It happens everyday. Share this:TwitterFacebookGooglePrintEmailMoreDiggLinkedInRedditStumbleUponTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading...
- 2007: James Runs Miles’ Voodoo Down, Part 2 — Last week, we started listening to Miles Davis’ live electric output from the early ’70s and today, we reach The [...]
- 2006: Jazz, Photography, and Playing with Light — Jazz and photography are probably my two favorite art forms so I was thrilled to receive as a Christmas gift [...]
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