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CHRIS REFLECTS ON GREECE

Greece – what a contrast to Turkey. No wonder these countries have been protagonists over the years. History has seen Alexander the Great and the Greek Empire of the 4th century BC ruling over Asia Minor and the Ottoman Empire ruling over Greece from the 14th century AD. 610 more words

Travels

The Noise

The trip home from the city is long and often made enjoyable by the little unexpected moments. It could be a passenger on the subway or a drunken friend. 537 more words

Crossing the street

Blast from my reasent past!

I tend to shoot mainly black and white. But every now and then i shoot roll or two and then put in my fridge to wait for further processing. 59 more words

Street Photos

Venture to the Midwest

This past Thursday, Nathan and I set off from Nashville to the Midwest to meet up with his family for a special gathering. I’m pretty unfamiliar with the area as I’ve spent most of my time in the South and on the East Coast. 572 more words

Travel

Civil War Days

Don’t you love dressing up in time-period clothing?  I know I do!
When Elijah mentioned to some of we girls that he and some friends were planning on attending the Civil War Days about a half hour from our house, we were immediately interested.   162 more words

Fun

The People of Ecuador and First World Problems - Part 5

I recently had the opportunity to participate in the USB (United Soybean Board) 2014 See for Yourself Program.  The See for Yourself Program allowed participants to see how U.S. 597 more words

Food And Farming