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School’s Out

On a morning walk near Moshi, Tanzania I could hear young children’s excited voices.  Several kids were running toward me from both directions, all with big smiles on their faces.  Soon, I was surrounded by a dozen boisterous youngsters, all … Continue reading

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Phone Service

I was taking a tour through the Curry Mansion Inn. up on the third floor where the billiard table and old steamer trunks rested.  In the corner, I found this old telephone, one of the originals in the house. What’s wrong … Continue reading

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Bicycles

The most common mode of transportation in Copenhagen is the bicycle.  On any given day about 90% of the work force (including students) use a bicycle to get to school/work.  Less than 20% of the population own a car.  This … Continue reading

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Farm Wagon

Earlier in the summer, I was strolling around Wahoo, Nebraska, killing time waiting for my grandson’s baseball game to start.  At the eastern end of Main Street is a large building for sale: “D. R. Phelps Lumber & Coal Co. … Continue reading

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Symmetry 2

Digital photography has opened up a whole new world of exploration and creativity. Manipulating individual pixels to manage luminance, vibrance and saturation has expanded into large-scale pixel transformation, a whole new art form. This is an example of wholesale pixel manipulation; … Continue reading

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