Monthly Archives: August 2011

31/365 Lights out Lights on

Let’s just call this a catch up post.  I took several photos over the last several days, but couldn’t post because of power outages and network issues.  It’s been a tumultuous week, and glad to have it behind me.  It’s also … Continue reading

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27-30/365 Time Won’t Wait, And Life Is Unpredictable

Time stops for no man.  It’s a true statement. Time doesn’t care about how little or much you have planned.  It will march on blindly without the slightest concern about your schedule.  Time has no mercy.  When it comes, no … Continue reading

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26/365 The Storm Clouds Before The Storm

Today we bid farewell to a co-worker who’s last day with our department was today.  We went to this Mexican restaurant called Abuelo’s.  What a beautifully designed restaurant.  Although we enjoyed the food and the conversation, everyone’s mind was on the … Continue reading

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25/365 Get Out Of Doge Pilgrim

It may not be completely obvious to all, but there is a lot going on in Virginia right now.  More natural upheaval than I can remember ever seeing in such close proximity to one another.  Here’s the score card.  There has … Continue reading

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24/365 Chasing The Light, But The Light Got Away

I had a plan.  It was a good plan.  We would go to my daughters get together with the mayor of Chesapeake at the city park (very cool by the way), and then head back down the road to photograph … Continue reading

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23/365 Where Were You?

Back in the late 70’s there was a song that aired mostly on New York radio stations titled “Where Were You When The Light’s Went Out”.  It had a very strong 70’s disco beat, and was written to memorialize the … Continue reading

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Before It Was Broken

What I can’t seem to remember is what this building was before it was reduced to heaps of concrete.  While it remained pretty to the eye, and a place that served a personal purpose, this place was well know to me.  … Continue reading

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