Monthly Archives: March 2016

Tennessee Sunrise – Morning Fire

Photo of the Week Driving along a local country road early one morning, this striking sunrise came into view. Advertisements

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What I Expect of My Government Representatives

Election Year Musings – Political Essay No. 2 It is clear to me that many of my fellow bloggers like challenges, therefore, there is a challenge at the end of this essay! When we vote for a candidate, we are … Continue reading

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Question Everything! – A Challenge

When it comes to political candidates, question everything and everyone!  Even if it IS what you want to hear!! You may be the unwitting victim of Mis- and Dis- information. Election Year Musings – Political Essay No. 1 It is … Continue reading

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Monochhrome Madness 2-50

Submitted to Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness 2-50. “Splitting the Pylons” The pylons are air-filled lightweight fabric so it was possible for the aircraft to hit a pylon and not sustain any damage. This was one of the series of Red … Continue reading

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The Amphicar Model 770

Photo of the Week The Amphicar is a four-seat amphibious automobile, manufactured in Germany from 1961 through 1967. More than 3,800 were delivered. Initially, the Amphicar was fitted with a 43 horsepower rear-mounted engine, it could do about 8 mph … Continue reading

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Outdoor Seating

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Outdoor Seating ‏  

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Tuesday Topics – The Bald Cypress Tree

Tuesday Topics – Nature  The Bald Cypress is a unique tree: it can thrive in standing water, it has “knees” that act as snorkels for its roots, and it is a conifer (usually evergreens) but it loses it needles every … Continue reading

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