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Beauty

I walked out of the exam room, spent and unsure of myself, unsure even though I had been thoroughly identified. Every ten years most doctors have to renew their vows, so to speak. This is done by taking a five … Continue reading

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Drought

I drove through the emptiness that is the endlessness of South Texas: see forever and nothing at the same time, as the joke goes. Having grown up here, I have earned the right to say it as I see it, … Continue reading

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Developed Tulip

Having grown up in the post 60’s, 70’s, I got the idea that natural was better than processed (organic was not yet a cult and natural still had a definition that could be trusted.  This is not the case now.)  … Continue reading

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Untitled 13

Sometimes the beauty comes by accident; the camera sees it for me. This is one of those pictures where I wonder if I am the only one who sees something poetic, graceful. Does the same feeling arise in you when … Continue reading

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Blue Chair and Slats

Some people know the world around them by feeling other people’s feelings. Others have a sense in their bodies. I look. Then I run what you are doing through the database of my billions of watched moments. My brain sifts … Continue reading

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Pomegranate

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Snow 1

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Look at Us

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