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17:25 Christmas Eve, Yurakucho by Kristen McQuillin

17:25 Christmas Eve, Yurakucho by Kristen McQuillin

That’s me, alone on the end of the platform there. My usual bad timing. Both trains have shut their doors and are pulling away. I’m stranded for 3 minutes until the next train arrives–an...
Published on: Mar 11 2004
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Number 47 by Jo Petty

Number 47 by Jo Petty

This picture reminds me of many things. Firstly, all the jewellery shown is silver. This is because I have an allergic reaction to gold if I wear it, so I can only wear sterling silver. I discovered I...
Published on: Feb 06 2004
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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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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
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Dear Dad by Gloria Plunkett

Dear Dad by Gloria Plunkett

Dear Dad, I keep dreaming about you a lot. I wake up at night wondering if, and hoping you’re there with me. I get scared, so I place my hand on the edge of the bed and imagine you’re there holding...
Published on: Nov 17 2003
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We Have a Memory by Ed de Guzman

We Have a Memory by Ed de Guzman

She would say, months and months later, after she had settled back into her own country and found time to get the film developed, that she knew I loved her because she came out beautiful in all of the...
Published on: Nov 03 2003
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A Self Portrait by Paula Smith

A Self Portrait by Paula Smith

This is a self-portrait of my husband and me on a beach in the British Virgin Islands. I was forty seven years old and I had been married for twenty three years. It was the first vacation I’d ever...
Published on: Aug 15 2003
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