Tag Archives: Ralph Waldo Emerson

Many Faces

I see many faces in this shot.  I see a grumpy old man, I see a stone-faced poker player and I see a stern judge listening to the evidence.  I see a family patriarch or an elder adviser.  Maybe a … Continue reading

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Snake River Falls

Snake River Falls is in the top ten list of scenic sights in Nebraska.  It’s located on private land southwest of Valentine, NE, but the landowner allows the public to visit the sight for $1.00.  Just put your dollar in … Continue reading

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Blue Door Reflection

Blue is a primary color.  Blue is a popular color all over the world.  Blue is my favorite color.   Who doesn’t like blue? Even so, I was intrigued by the blue doors of Taos Pueblo, the oldest inhabited village in … Continue reading

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Yawning Hippo

Happy hippos?  This might give you a different impression of the chubby cuties depicted in cartoons and children’s literature.  I took this shot at the Tanzanian hippo pool shown here in an earlier blog.  It’s a close-up of the hippo in … Continue reading

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Quiet Time

After a full day at the County Fair, these two need a break. Thought for the Day:     Nothing can bring you peace but yourself.                               … Continue reading

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