Archive for December, 2003:

Peekaboo – I’m always with you! by Ren

Peekaboo – I’m always with you! by Ren

My little “f–ked up cat” is my very best friend at times. There’s nothing like it. When you came home after a pathetically awful day and the only thing you want to do is scream...
Published on: Dec 31 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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The most beautiful place on earth by Lorien

The most beautiful place on earth by Lorien

It all began one day on March 1998, when my friend called me on ICQ and suggested for the million time to come and visit her and her family in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. I was living in Israel at the time....
Published on: Dec 29 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Where is the water? by Dale Glaser

Where is the water? by Dale Glaser

I went on a trip with a friend who was exploring New Mexico as a place to possibly move to. I was along for the adventure but I myself wouldn’t think of moving to the southwest because I grew up...
Published on: Dec 27 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Through the fog by Phil Hough

Through the fog by Phil Hough

Fog is such strange stuff. It can give an eerie atmosphere, make you feel isolated and hemmed in or just play with the light to give all sorts of alien effects. In the mornings it’s rolling only a few...
Published on: Dec 26 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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A Christmas Tree Tale by D Kirkwood

A Christmas Tree Tale by D Kirkwood

The secret of my Christmas tree is simple. Each branch holds a special memory. The ornaments that fill the branches range from things I made as a child to things that were made by my children. The memories...
Published on: Dec 25 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Empty Red Chairs by Karina Taylor

Empty Red Chairs by Karina Taylor

On any other night these chairs would be filled with people all dressed up for a night out. On any other night there would be the sound of cheering and applause filling the theatre. Where was this empty...
Published on: Dec 14 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Pink sky at night, sailors delight by Daniel Donahoo

Pink sky at night, sailors delight by Daniel Donahoo

There isn’t any shame in the suburbs, unless you are ashamed. I grew up here and had no intention of returning. But, I have returned and if my little boy could speak he would have said, ‘Don’t go,...
Published on: Dec 12 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Seagulls by Tom Ogren and Stan Thompson

Seagulls by Tom Ogren and Stan Thompson

Last week my buddy Stan Thompson and I went out rock cod fishing on a party boat out of Morro Bay, California. Party boats are large boats where a dozen or more anglers go out and fish from the same boat. I’ve...
Published on: Dec 10 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Dead Buoy by Martin Taylor

Dead Buoy by Martin Taylor

The campus where I work was, in a previous life, a marine park complete with killer whales, dolphins and rides. In 1986 it just got up and moved to the North Bay where there was more land and the weather...
Published on: Dec 09 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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First Light by Vern Glass

First Light by Vern Glass

The first light brings the dawn of a new day when the cucoon of darkness reveals the chrysalis of life…….Many wonderous things happen before our eyes, as the blue of the sky mixes with the...
Published on: Dec 07 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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