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Stream of Consciousness in Late Fall.

For many people, late fall is a tough time of year.  For many it seems, a mild melancholia descends after the autumnal equinox, extending to the winter solstice.  Once the best of the fall foliage has passed, at least in my part of … Continue reading

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The End of Winter, 2016

                As I have written before; It’s been an odd winter. And nowhere has that been more evident than the Adirondacks We just returned from our annual family ski trip to Lake Placid, … Continue reading

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Full Moon Madness

  I love traditions. Sadly, I’m old enough to have seen many that I once enjoyed come and go. It often seems that few survive more than 10-15 years until people either “outgrow” them, the government outlaws them, or sensibilities change, … Continue reading

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A Pennsylvania Photographer in London

I’m leaving because the weather is too good. I hate London when it’s not raining. -Groucho Marx   I have needed a break in my routine. This winter in Pennsylvania, until recently, has been all about bare trees, and overcast … Continue reading

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An Ancient Forest

“An old-growth forest (also termed primary forest, virgin forest, primeval forest, late seral forest, or in Britain, ancient woodland) is a forest that has attained great age without significant disturbance and thereby exhibits unique ecological features and might be classified … Continue reading

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