Archive for February, 2017

28
Feb
17

different point of view…

‘Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.’ Carl Jung

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28
Feb
17

a moment of silence please…

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27
Feb
17

taking risks…

“All cats love fish but fear to wet their paws” Chinese Proverb

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26
Feb
17

The last of Winter…

on the West end of the Columbia River Gorge at Multnomah Falls. I see the Daphne budding out by the front porch. A little more warmth, a little Spring like fragrance hitting the nose would be nice. 

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25
Feb
17

there was a time…

The photography of abandoned structures…

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24
Feb
17

time to soar…

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23
Feb
17

Tilt…

an old structure in The Dalles, Oregon

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