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Rock on House

Rock on House

Mesmerized by the sounds of birds chirping, trees swaying, water running, and my feet walking on the old stone rocks that made up the ancient Roman path somewhere in the French Alps, a strange amusing...
Published on: Feb 16 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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My Dad and Your Dad; Mr John Lee Hooker by Jules Vilmur

My Dad and Your Dad; Mr John Lee Hooker by Jules Vilmur

Two years ago tonight I stood pressed against the foot of the stage at The Catalyst, breathless with some kind of spiritual awe, close enough to see the lines in his hands and the dust on his shoes. Two...
Published on: Feb 05 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Childhood Wonders by Kari Utzerath

Childhood Wonders by Kari Utzerath

The trembling awe in my sons’ voice as he asked me “Mom, is this the ocean?” made tears come to my eyes as the hot, July sun beat down upon us as making our little family of three seem so insulated...
Published on: Jan 08 2004
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The Windy City by Adrienne Canzolino

The Windy City by Adrienne Canzolino

Chicago has a population of roughly three million. three million people, but none of the hussle and bustle of new york… ok, maybe just a little. Chicago is the little city that could – and...
Published on: Aug 21 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Bekah’s 23rd Birthday Miracle by Barbara

Bekah’s 23rd Birthday Miracle by Barbara

My daughter Bekah’s 23rd birthday was July 6. On July 19 we observed the second anniversary of her death. On her birthday Bekah gave us a very special present, a miracle as far as I am concerned....
Published on: Aug 15 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Rocky Mountain Sunset by Robin Beckett

Rocky Mountain Sunset by Robin Beckett

The sun begins to move below the horizon, it’s been a good day at work, all is well… Beauty can be found everywhere, but one of my biggest loves has always been sunsets. In mid-2002, I drove...
Published on: Aug 10 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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