Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #180: Favorite photos of 2021

Like all of us, I thought 2021 was a very unusual, uncomfortable year.  It would have been my first year of full retirement, and a fixed income.  But that was derailed in July when I got a temp job that was supposed to last only one month, but stretched until the end of the year! …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #173: Interesting Architecture

I am sort of an architecture buff.  I love taking pictures of unusual buildings, especially those from the Art Nouveau or Art Deco periods of the 20th Century.  But I keep my eyes open wherever I am, and that has enabled me to photograph a number of interesting buildings. This is the modern A T …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #151: From large to small, in color(s)

My favorite color is red.  I drive a red car.  I have a red leather folio for taking notes in meetings, a red leather case for my pens and reading glasses, and a red "accordion" wallet, all from Levenger.  On our recent vacation in Nashville, red things were abundant around us.  From the Waterfront Park …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #146-Focus on the Details: Flying cross-country

On April 25th, my husband and I flew from Seattle to Nashville, for a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar, and to do some sightseeing and meeting with our friends from Ricochet.  I had the window seat, and I was fortunate to be able to see the ground for most of the four-hour flight.  You want …

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