Category Archives: BLM

Take me back in time: an eight year old reflection

Looking back this was a time of young innocence where classmates were of every nationality and for the most part we got along. Walking home from school, I met with opposition from some boys who didn’t like me for some … Continue reading

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Vibes from the landscape: a photographic perspective

“When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” A quote often heard in my younger years. Now I don’t suppose I will find others who think like me, nor does that make for interesting conversations. When I think of … Continue reading

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The Heart ❤️ of the Matter

Viewing my own town’s downtown streets, you see what remains in front of you with your eyes. You feel like you are living in a different world, a different country. The boundaries are open, our hearts are crossed for a … Continue reading

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