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The other day some of my friends asked me why I love America so much. I think the answer lies in the pictures above. We are in such an eclectic country where the working man often wins. That’s about the … Continue reading
I know that this might not seem like anything except an architecture blog, but this is about Connecticut, to me. It’s about home, and for me, home is Hartford. If you have spare time, check out this website and please … Continue reading
While I love everything that I’ve posted on this little blog so much, I am going to take a little break from writing it. I may post something now and then, but if you really want to know what is … Continue reading
The Selby Fitzhugh Karolreally just knows what I like in a frame.
Hi Everyone, I’m in a sleepy little southern town called Starke until Saturday. Posts will be light. Enjoy the summer days while they’re here.
This is my favorite (although unedited) photo of the swings that I took from my trip to Coney Island last Monday. This could possibly be my favorite photo that I’ve ever taken. You aren’t able to see how high up … Continue reading