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Majestic memories this week goes to...

#throwback to one of the most majestic-buildings I’ve ever visited.

Accidentally stumbled to this major tourist site (I know, I know, lame of me) in May 2011. 57 more words


Happy Halloween!

I hope everyone is enjoying the lovely fall season.  It has been beautiful driving around the county doing field work this past month.  I found myself wanting to take more pictures of the landscape than of the graves sites I was looking for. 109 more words

Dorchester County


The Freedom Tower in Miami used to be the headquarters and printing facility for The Miami News. Decades later it was used to process, document and assist new refugees from Cuba. 9 more words


Moving to Glasgow

Greetings lovely readers! Sorry for being on hiatus for more than a month! The fact is I just moved to Glasgow (that’s in Scotland) to pursue masters degree! 571 more words


Karrakatta Cemetery

Visited Karrakatta Cemetery yesterday and today. …..I was intending to paint something to enter for James Gurney’s graveyard challenge (plein air painting of anything graveyard related but with the restriction of using only 3 colours plus white). 173 more words

De Atramentis Archive Ink

Friends…. And Family

The past two weeks collections have gone beautifully! The weather has been perfect, the tides haven’t been too high, and everyone I’ve met around the county has been so very helpful. 347 more words

Dorchester County


The Colosseum, also known as Flavian Amphitheatre, is the centerpiece of Rome’s spread of architectural masterpieces. Historically, this was a venue for entertainment such as gladiatorial fights and other public spectacles. 66 more words