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The Zen peace of Maine's Western Mountains depicted in Ramona du Houx's images

If you haven’t been to Central Maine, you are missing out on some of the most majestic and peaceful mountains anywhere. They remind me of the mythologies about giant dragons sleeping in fields thus transforming them into hills and mountain ranges. 269 more words

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An Independence Day story of Ramona du Houx's Summer Stroll and how water became fire

Portland, Maine is just a marvelous city to walk around in, with miles of paths for bikes, walkers, runners. With the ocean lapping against the shore, parks, and trees still reaching higher than some buildings nature has been embraced and identified as a part of what makes this small city great. 266 more words

Landscapes And Seascapes

Ramona du Houx's December exhibit at Berry’s in Maine continues until February from popular demand

Kennebec Spring

Beach Dream

Eathbound Angels

by Morgan Rogers. First published in the Magazine Maine Insights

The inside gallery at Berry’s, 153 Main St, downtown Waterville, features the artwork, Ramona du Houx. 491 more words

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Lake Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico

The village of Patzcuaro is found  in central Mexico at  7200 ft. above sea level  and is one of the countries Pueblo Magico’s because of its 16th century atmosphere. 313 more words


A crop circle discovery by artist Ramona du Houx

When England has a good summer it’s a great summer. Such was the year of 1990. After living in London for the past 18 months, with three young children, it was high time to leave the metropolis and Glastonbury drew us in. 591 more words

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A Japanese Garden in Guadalajara, Mexico

This Japanese garden is found inside a large metropolitan park  that  is called Bosque Colomos. It is one of the most popular attractions in Guadalajara for both tourist and local residents.  219 more words