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A little water here, a little water there

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Eight Photographs: Lydford Gorge [Part 3]

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Lydford Gorge is a Valley on the edge of Dartmoor, sandwiched between Devon and Cornwell in Southern England. My mother and I visited it one afternoon, between December showers, and I can’t describe how beautiful it is, so here are some more pictures. As it was early November in Lydford Gorge, the trees were turning […]

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Seven Photographs: Lydford Gorge [Part 2]

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Lydford Gorge is a Valley on the edge of Dartmoor, sandwiched between Devon and Cornwell in Southern England. My mother and I visited it one afternoon, between December showers, and I can’t describe how beautiful it is, so here are some more pictures. The trail led along the edge of the valley, looking down to […]

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Seven Photographs: Lydford Gorge [Part 1]

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     Lydford Gorge is a Valley on the edge of Dartmoor. Sandwiched between Devon and Cornwell, in Southern England.       It’s sumptuous with water and green, unlike the Los Angeles Desert that I come from.      It was early December when my mother and I arrived, it was cold, in the 50’s and it had been raining […]

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Abstract Los Angeles: Main Street [Fragment 1]

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Abstract Los Angeles is an on-going collection of photographs taken as I wander about this sprawling metropolis. Today’s installment is from Main Street, on either side of the Los Angeles River. Along the side of the road, a sticker brightens up the gray restricting fence. The concreted Los Angeles River, looking north from the Main […]

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Seven Photographs: The Exe by Exeter

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There is a walkway that follows the river Exe south, out of the town of Exeter. Part of the path follows the old spur waterway, that once fed the mills. Now the water rests comfortably in its banks. By the playing fields, owned by Exeter University, trees are felled. An impromptu memorial, underneath a symbol […]

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6 Photographs: Devon, England

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Possession is nine tenths of the law. Standing for 600 years Slipping into the River Exe Honor system flowers available in Lymstone Boat moorings in Lympstone Harbour Self-portrait in Lympstone Harbour

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The Tide, a Train, some Sheep, and a Sunken Boat

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In the afternoon, when I should be at home, sitting in front of my laptop, madly typing away, or patiently editing photographs, I sometimes go for a walk, usually down the coast, toward Exmouth. Both Lympstone and Exmouth are on the Exe estuary. So my walk follows the edge of the coast. An estuary is […]

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