Monthly Archives: September 2014

Interpretation of Art

I visited the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg yesterday and I knew then that I would try to interpret a piece of his art.  I took a photo of his Telephone Tray with Three Fried Sardines in Late September.  Please note … Continue reading

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Natural Beauty – with a Mythical Tale

The Legend of Face Rock Long before scientists studied the Oregon Coast, the local American Indians knew the great power of the oceans, wind and earth.  This story is about a Chief, his family, and the evil spirit who lives … Continue reading

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Urban Scenery

This multi-purpose building looks like an interesting place to visit, or does it?

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Horses and Humans

Add a llama to the mix for an interesting scenario. While taking photos of the Wreck of the Peter Iredale in Fort Stevens State Park, we saw horses approaching on the beach.  As they moved closer, along with the afternoon layer of … Continue reading

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It’s A Mystery!

Late one afternoon along the Oregon coast,  we found an area designated as Smelt Sands State Park near our place of lodging.  A short path leads toward the coastline, and in the distance we saw rocks.  But something was unique.  Were … Continue reading

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