Mind over Memory’s Sculpture Saturday

These sculptures were photographed last weekend at the Maryland State House in my home town of Annapolis. Marylanders are very proud of their state house. It is the only state house in the union that once housed the legislature of the republic. I believe it is the oldest structure of its kind in the countryContinue reading “Mind over Memory’s Sculpture Saturday”

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Ragtag Daily Prompt: Viral

Had she lived in a different era, then Queen Pirouette would have known that it was simply a viral infection that took several of her children away from her so early in their lives. When Little GarGar took ill at eight years of age, he’d shown every sign of being a healthy and robust child.Continue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Viral”

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Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Clouds

When I was a child, my understanding of fog was framed thus: the clouds were simply coming down from the sky to visit us on the ground. Then there’s that horribly cloying song, written my Joni Mitchell and sung by Judy Collins, Both Sides Now. At any rate, here is my beloved Weems Creek on a foggyContinue reading “Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Clouds”

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Thursday Doors: February 27, 2020

Maxwell surveys his domain; that is, the backyard. Inside he is primus inter pares with three other cats, but outside he rules. Even our fox cuts him a wide birth. (Forgive the nautical analogy, but I do live on the Chesapeake Bay!) Thursday Doors A visit to the local mall affords an opportunity for the Thursday DoorContinue reading “Thursday Doors: February 27, 2020”

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