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Beerwah Cemetery - In Colour

Just a few pictures from previous post, where the colour actually captured the feel of the place. I’m armed with the camera on my phone, and while perfectly capable of taking nice looking photos, it comes with pros and cons. 82 more words



On St. Jean’s day last Wednesday, we went to Parc Jean Drapeau to have a picnic.  While i was there, i decided to take some greyscale photo’s of the sculpture known as, “L’Homme”. 11 more words


When #BlackLivesMatter

In the wake of numerous Southern monuments (and now Northern monuments) being vandalized with the graffiti message “Black Lives Matter” I offer these observations. 130 more words


Oklahoma's supreme court says the state capitol's Ten Commandments monument must go

A 6-foot-tall statue engraved with the Ten Commandments has been generating controversy ever since its installation on the grounds of Oklahoma’s state capitol in 2012. The monument was paid for with private funds, but critics argue that it’s a state-sanctioned endorsement of religion—and they argued this all the way up to the Oklahoma Supreme Court, which ruled today that… 198 more words

Mayor Announces Review Of Baltimore's Confederate Statues

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The mayor announces a review of Baltimore’s Confederate statues.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says a special commission will make recommendations for each of the different Confederate-era monuments and their future in Baltimore. 158 more words


Beerwah Cemetery

I’ve always enjoyed visiting cemeteries and walking along the rows. I like the stillness and the peace. I adore the beauty, detail, and care that went into the older memorials. 642 more words


Four Corners

THERE IS AN ODDITY of cartography that draws thousands of people to a dusty, flaming hot and remote spot on the desert land of the Navaho Nation. 594 more words