Category Archives: What Remains

Photos with the nifty fifty

Venturing outside on this muggy humid weather in the upper 80’s and even 90’s, I took a quick walk with my Nikon DSLR and 50mm lens F/1.4. The heat brought me back inside faster than I wanted. You can never … 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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Ice Age National Scenic Trail…

Here we are on a trail that sounds so old and reminds me of the Ice Age movies. Hiking the trail seemed boring at first until you start to take a closer look. Found in and around Wisconsin, there are … Continue reading

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For those in darkness

Let the sun-light shine on Las Vegas…. Let the sun-light shine on Puerto Rico… Let the sun-light shine on Florida, Texas and any State affteced by hurricanes nearby… Each day when I wake up, I secretly hope in my heart … Continue reading

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