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Of Statues and Limitations

Of Statues and Limitations

As we round Lee’s Circle in New Orleans
talk turns to statues
and the topless monument;
the shuttle bus driver tells us… 316 more words

Poetry

Six Weeks in Sevilla - D12

Day 12 – Watching

or is it being watched? ;)  A quick scene from a few hours at the archeology museum this morning.  Rich and deep history there, going back to the Copper Age. 284 more words

Photography

Monday on the Riverwalk

The west branch of the DuPage River runs through downtown Naperville, Illinois and next to it is a beautiful 1.75 miles of paths, fountains, bridges, statues, and more.  114 more words

Spring

Our 2009 Road Trip, Part 6: How Green Was My Giant

Everybody loves advertising mascots! Granted, kids may not fully appreciate mascots trying to convince them to eat things they think are terrible. They’ll follow those characters’ extremely short cartoons, but stop short of paying attention to their endorsement. 1,571 more words

Photos

Visiting Scotland, The Botanical Gardens

I visited Scotland last Summer with my family and it was absolutely wonderful.

The weather, although predominately bright and full of sunshine, was also overcast, cloudy and drizzly. 17 more words

Botanical Gardens

DC Collectibles Unveils Limited Jiro Kuwata Batman Statue

Jiro Kuwata is a superhero legend in Japan. He’s the artist behind the country’s first costumed superhero 8 Man created in the 1960s. 8 Man remained a cultural touchstone in Japan, but after Kawata’s run he moved on to another major work: DC Comic’s Batman. 69 more words

Comic Books