FLAGS AND FLOWERS BLOOMING – Marilyn Armstrong

On the 75th Anniversary of D-Day The cemetery is in the center of the town, across from the dam and just a hundred or so yards from the river itself. It's up on a hill, so it never floods, even when the rivers rush over their banks. The people who created that cemetery knew about … Continue reading FLAGS AND FLOWERS BLOOMING – Marilyn Armstrong

IN MINIATURE, BEAUTY

Given "miniature" as a subject ... and since, just last week I did a whole series of pictures of tiny carved Native American fetishes, this prompt certainly seems to be begging for more of those pictures. So here they are. Every piece was hand-carved by an individual. The carvers are all either Navajo, Hopi, or Pueblo … Continue reading IN MINIATURE, BEAUTY

ELEMENTAL BOUNDARIES

Americans travel a lot and we don't give it much thought. We take our car and go. To work, shopping, visiting or just tooling around. Despite the high cost of gasoline, we are addicted to our personal vehicles. Addicted to having them constantly available. To having good roads, even in the most rural areas. With all the … Continue reading ELEMENTAL BOUNDARIES