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The shore

Every time I’m planning a photoshoot for the blog, I’m trying to come up with some interesting location. Sometimes the background of a brick wall or a little alley is enough, if it goes well with the outfit. 592 more words

lifeguards

Another post from my recent trip to New York. Spent a wonderful, wintry afternoon at Jones Beach. Could not find a lifeguard anywhere, so I went to this lifeguard station to see if any would show up. None did.

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jones beach water tower 7

I am having a wonderful time being back home in New York (specifically, East Meadow, NY) visiting my parents and family. My mom and dad still live in the house I grew up in and I love coming “home” to love on them and enjoy them. 55 more words

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The Shore

The North Shore. For some people it is Auckland, the only place to be other than the occasional excursion over the bridge to work, for others it’s a soulless sprawl of new houses enlivened by some beautiful beaches. 522 more words

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Meet the Authors: Wine & Watery Yarns with Catherine Chanter & Sara Taylor in conversation with Louisa Joyner Thursday 26th March 7.30pm

Catherine Chanter & Sara Taylor will talk about their debut novels with Louisa Joyner, editorial director of Canongate on Thursday 26th March at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £6 includes a glass of wine & canapes. 178 more words

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When trains ruled South Jersey

A lot of my mental energy is taken up thinking about transportation. Specifically, about how the shift from dense, urban living in the first half of the 20th century gave way to sprawled out, distant living in the second half of the century. 531 more words

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