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Image Sales Thru December 31st

I will be running a sale on my website until December 31st.  This sale will consist of two different parts.  First of all, every few days I will be creating a “limited time promotion” 20×24 inch canvas print that will … Continue reading

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We now call it “Victory”.

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Victory.” Does this image look like Victory or Loss? We now see the First World War as a victory.  But the war ended with an Armistice rather then actual victory.  It … Continue reading

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American World War One Monuments

This article was originally published in the spring of 2014. It began innocently enough.  It was my day off and I was out exploring the newest town.  Anything to get out of the apartment, and perhaps find a short cut … Continue reading

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Gone West

Gone West . Gone West into that fine land Beyond the horizon The land of dreams . Gone to Texas It’s skyscrapered plains Where cattle used to roam . Gone to Mountains That lick the sky Above the trees . … Continue reading

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Gettysburg, a living place

When we as Americans think of Gettysburg we generally think of the civil war battle that surrounded the village for four days in July of 1863.  Yet it is also a living breathing village, where families have dwelt for generations, … Continue reading

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Houston Wildlife- Memorial Park

While urban forests like this one are not  wildlife, they are important habitat for wildlife.  Houston’s Memorial Park dates from the early 1920s when the cities growth was beginning to pick up.  The park itself was the site of the … Continue reading

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Monuments Week- Utah World War Memorial (First World War)

One of the titles that Christians use for Jesus is “Prince of Peace” this week while many of us celebrate Christ’s birth, let us take time to remember those who have died in war, be it for patriotism, honor, or … Continue reading

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Monuments Week- St.Louis Soldiers Memorial Exterior (First World War)

One of the titles that Christians use for Jesus is “Prince of Peace” this week while many of us celebrate Christ’s birth, let us take time to remember those who have died in war, be it for patriotism, honor, or … Continue reading

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Monuments Week- St. Louis Soldiers Memorial (First World War)

One of the titles that Christians use for Jesus is “Prince of Peace” this week while many of us celebrate Christ’s birth, let us take time to remember those who have died in war, be it for patriotism, honor, or … Continue reading

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