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honeymoonin' part 2: a visit to Mondulkiri Project.

Wow, Cambodia, wow! So, we spent 12 rather action-packed days in Cambodia, from Phnom Penh, to Siem Reap, to Kampong Thom, to Sen Monoram. As we know people love animals (and so do we!), we’ve decided to dedicate an ENTIRE post just to our trip to Sen Monoram, in Mondulkiri Province, home of the… 1,110 more words

"Water", Philip Larkin

If I were called in
To construct a religion
I should make use of water.

Going to church
Would entail a fording
To dry, different clothes.

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Reflection

The Running Water

So I have here a water photo, I really love photographing water, plus I have been in a little bit of a slump lately as far as coming up with things to photograph, but fear not I will try to expand my brain and come up with some interesting things. 172 more words

Pictures on the wall ....

…  or on the water wall to be more precise.    I have recently installed a small water wall in my garden  The shiny steel surface and constantly cascading water reflect the changing light and weather conditions as well as the colours produces by the flowers and plants.   16 more words

Day 50 - Fear of becoming something I don't want to be

First, I would like to apologize that I didn’t upload a photo or make a blog post yesterday. Things just got really busy and I simply made a decision to sleep on time rather than staying up to do the 365. 173 more words

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Conflicted Weather: Springtime Transitioned Back to Wintertime

It’s been an unbelievable five days of winter weather during what is supposed to be springtime. My son looked out the patio window only to see more snow coming down and coating the field near our backyard. 538 more words

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