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A good number of my posts from the past couple of months have included the #we35 tag, and I’ve discussed the project previously with the longest explanation here. It is a collaborative project and the person organizing it hands out assignments every month. You are free to do other work within the project but the monthly […]

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I had just exited the subway using this opening and in doing so noticed its somewhat stark minimalism. No ads, patterns, logos or decorations. Not even any indication of what station this is, which most exits have even when they are Exit Only. So I turned around after completing my egress, waited for a moment without any […]

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Nothing to do with the movie of the same name, except that the Mystic River in Boston (the source of the movie name) and this one in Connecticut, are both based on the same Native American Indian word for large river.*  This Mystic River splits Mystic, Connecticut.  On the opposite bank is the part of the […]

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Late August. Gorgeous Day. Decided to walk across the Williamsburg Bridge on the way home.  I had never been on the walkway before.  Awesome evening. The only problem was I ran out of film earlier than anticipated. Minolta CLE Voigtlander 28mm f/2 Kodak Gold 400 film Available In My Galleries Here

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This is the Giglio. The figure on top is  St. Paulinus of Nola, who lived the latter part of his life (which spanned the 4th and 5th centuries), in Nola, a small town in the Campagna region of southern Italy. The Giglio weighs 4 tons, and at the start of the feast it is lifted […]

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