Monthly Archives: January 2011

31/365: The Castle on the Hill

(Full view for a crisper image) Okay, so it’s not actually a castle, but it’s the closest I can come here in Michigan. This is my church, St. Thomas the Apostle, from the back–it seems to only be sunny here … Continue reading

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30/365 A Beauty on the water

We spied this schooner in Bellingham Bay from the park we love to go to. I don’t believe it is from around here and so we decided to take a picture. We have seen the Lady Washington here before she … Continue reading

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30/365 Sadly but safely walked away!

With the axle held on only by the springs and the frame bent, this truck is totaled! Ryan was lucky to walk away without a scratch as was the other driver who ran into him. Vana Photographed in Burlington WA. … Continue reading

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29/365: Gratka the horse

I started learning how to ride horses this year. This one’s called Gratka, which is a derivation of the word ‘gratis’ (latin ‘gratiis’ meaning ‘out of kindness’). ‘Gratis’ nowadays means ‘free of charge’. In Polish, ‘gratka’ will be the word … Continue reading

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29/365 – Tooks’ pressie!

As promised, a photo of the present that Tooks sent me. 🙂 It is currently residing on top of my Tolkien bookshelf. What you can see in the photo is: – the glass things either side of the spider are … Continue reading

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28/360 (posted on 29) My Happy Place

Posted by Heather a.k.a PatriotBlade a.k.a. PB This is probably my most favorite place in the world. It is my retreat, my escape (both litterally and figuratively). I think of it as the “Wood Between the Worlds” of my world. … Continue reading

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28/365 – A Spot of Color

This was taken along the same path I found earlier in the week.  It had been so grey outdoors for so long I was genuinely (and pleasantly) surprised to find something that was so naturally vivid. -Krawler

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