Monthly Archives: April 2013

And The Pitch…

The month of April is nearly over, but baseball season is just getting into full swing. I’ve always enjoyed baseball, though I’ve only been to one major league game. Luckily Charleston is home to the Riverdogs, a Class A team … Continue reading

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Alexander Henry

You’d be hard-pressed to visit Kingston without discovering why it’s been voted one of the top places in Canada both to visit and to live. Filled with parks, trails, shops, restaurants and a fabulous freshwater harbor, it has no shortage … Continue reading

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Inside St. Mary’s

The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception is located in the heart of Kingston, Ontario. A Neo-Gothic styled cathedral, it opened in 1848 and is one of Kingston’s oldest churches. I was lucky enough to stop in during a time … Continue reading

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Kingston City Hall

Kingston is located in eastern Ontario, Canada, where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario. In 1841, it became the first capital of the Province of Canada, a distinction lasting only 3 years. During its existence, the capital city of … Continue reading

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Red Door

“When one door is closed, don’t you know, another is open.” – Bob Marley Too often we forget that opportunities come in various forms. Just because they don’t always present themselves in the way we expect, doesn’t mean they’re not … Continue reading

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Hope, Peace and Unity

As many of you, my heart is heavy today. The senseless and tragic events that occurred at the Boston Marathon leave me with more questions than answers. My thoughts and prayers are with all those affected, and pray that the … Continue reading

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Vintage Oak

The Angel Oak Tree is located on Johns Island just outside of Charleston, SC. According to the website dedicated to this magnificent southern live oak, it is about 400-500 years old, stands nearly 70 feet tall, has a circumference of 28 … Continue reading

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Upon a Frail Branch

This Spring has blessed us with flocks of these adorable Yellow-Rumped warblers. They sit in the trees, hop along the ground, and pose on the fence just outside our back door. In fact I’m usually able to watch them while … Continue reading

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Early Spring Blossoms

Our neighborhood is blessed with many of these glorious Cleveland Pear trees. This particular tree faces West, and is shown here illuminated by the setting sun. These blooms will soon be replaced by leaves, but it means that warm weather is coming … Continue reading

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Lookin’ Out My Back Door

As a “part-time” photographer, it’s often difficult to plan your life around a photo shoot. Most of us have jobs, families and other obligations that take up the majority of our days. What we often forget is that our own … Continue reading

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