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Backyard Playground

Since the drought has officially been declared over, I decided to plant a garden this year. Not such an easy endeavor… Well, I discovered this morning, raccoons were busy last night digging up my sunflowers and zinnias.  This really hurts … Continue reading

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Collecting Inspiration

This year for my birthday, I celebrated at the beach.  Two days of listening to the pounding surf, as I hiked through sand brought in from the storms of 2017, while hunting for sea glass. The first day was windy … Continue reading

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Life

Last year, my mother passed away in her sleep without a Will.  Becoming the Administrator of her Estate was a lengthy process, but nothing compared to the unknown obstacles I would be forced to deal with it. With my husband … Continue reading

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Surrealist Photography and a Dadaist Poem

My Dadaist Poem by Mary Lou Fall   The following pictures were taken by Mary Lou Fall and were NOT altered using Photoshop.  The origami was folded by Melissa, and Tristan Zara’s cut-up technique described in the Dada Manifesto was … Continue reading

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Shadow of Ourselves

“How can I be substantial if I do not cast a shadow? I must have a dark side also If I am to be whole” ― C.G. Jung    

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Mannequin

I collect images of mannequins. I captured an image with my cell phone the other day of a truck stowing naked, headless mannequins around town. Absence of arms, all but one, transparent bodies revealing breasts of both genders.  Publicly displayed … Continue reading

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A Change of Scenery

Two days ago, I decided to deactivate my Facebook and disengage from the Twitterati. Why do these two decisions deserve such attention?  Well, why should the fact that I still own a “clam shell style” cell phone define me as … Continue reading

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