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Monumental Archive Project Officially Launches

The Monumental Archive Project has officially launched. “The Monumental Archive Project was established to act as an open platform for historic cemeteries research to address issues of accessibility and sustainability, whilst also stimulating creativity and collaboration. 54 more words

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At São Miguel de Refojos monsatery, Cabeceiras de Basto, Portugal – July 2016


grief & sorrow

Year 2010 collection. “If I’d ever grown prosperous like Shah Jahan was, I would not have waited for my beloved’s death before I erected a Taj Mahal.” Suman Pokhrel



Giant Men

This giant man was a familiar landmark in the Humboldt Park neighborhood.  He stood on top the muffler shop at 3940 West Grand Avenue.  According to Rick Kogan’s… 236 more words


The bridge of the devil | Tarragona , Spain

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.”
― Gustave Flauber


The Texas State Capitol

One of the first places I took photos after moving to Austin was the Texas State Capitol.

There are three Confederate monuments on the capitol grounds. 182 more words


The Church of Peace in Jawor

A few years ago, my boyfriend and I visited the church of peace in Świdnica. We booked the visit in advance, we arrived at the appointed time and our guide, a friendly Polish woman, only spoke German (you must know that German is used as lingua franca in this part of the world). 660 more words

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