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Endings and Beginnings by Da Goddess

Endings and Beginnings by Da Goddess

After a pleasant day of walking around the zoo together, my guest and I headed out to Pacific Beach. We were to meet some friends of mine at a beachfront restaurant for dinner. As we walked up to the...
Published on: Mar 14 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Renewal by Da Goddess

Renewal by Da Goddess

The starkness of Winter is like sleep or death and the brilliance of Spring is the reminder of birth and renewal. It’s easy to become weighted down by the grayness that surrounds you during Winter....
Published on: Mar 09 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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Growing into … by Joanie

Growing into … by Joanie

Growing up is so difficult to do. In the course of growing up, we try on many different hats, so to speak. Through this trying on of hats, we determine who it is we would like to become. Be it a cowboy,...
Published on: Jan 06 2004
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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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Superstition?! by Yenly Ma

Superstition?! by Yenly Ma

There’s so many traditions and rituals to go through for a Chinese wedding. Too many to describe and explain all. For the one I’m going to share, I’m not sure this particular ritual...
Published on: Dec 03 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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My Grandfather by Zenia Le

My Grandfather by Zenia Le

My grandfather told many stories. He told stories of his years in Vietnam. He told stories of the war. He told stories of the flight to the United States. My grandfather not only told stories but relived...
Published on: Oct 04 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Big Freakin’ Trees by Paige Waehner

Big Freakin’ Trees by Paige Waehner

On the first day, we go hiking. The air is close and humid, ripe with the smell of earth and trees, overgrown plants. Our feet crunch in the soft, mulchy ground and the sound scares away what little wildlife...
Published on: Sep 06 2003
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Andrew by Sharon Renshaw

Andrew by Sharon Renshaw

Something special ’bout Andrew. Talks too loud, disjointed and underdeveloped speech patterns, likes to hum and spin in his front yard. Thick lenses accent his ability to stare without blinking....
Published on: Aug 18 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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That’s Me! by Mona Brooks

That’s Me! by Mona Brooks

That’s me! The bride? No, the man shooting the photo of my cousin on her wedding day. Let me explain, that’s me… in a couple of years. I want to take pictures for a living and capture...
Published on: Aug 11 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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