Monthly Archives: March 2013

Paris sign

Sign I find signs interesting. They are informative, sometimes clever and just fun to look at, especially when they are from another country.

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Georgia O’Keeffe/Alfred Stieglitz

Georgia This is a beautiful book of sepia colored photographs of Georgia O’Keeffe taken by Alfred Stieglitz, a world famous photographer. O’Keeffe looks other-worldly…misty, sensual and present. Stieglitz, O’Keeffe’s husband, was a cad, in every sense of the word. A … Continue reading

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Eiffel Tower, detail

The tower The Eiffel Tower is fascinating. The detail and the beauty of the iron work is so…gorgeous. It is an amazing work of art.

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Descartes

Today is René Descartes birthday…he thought, therefore, he was.

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The ANTI-WAR QUOTE BOOK

quotes This is an excellent little book. “Make wars unprofitable and you make them impossible.” A.Philip Randolph (1889-1979), Civil Rights leader “Almost all propaganda is designed to create fear. Heads of governments and their officials know that a frightened people … Continue reading

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Guerrilla Girls

Guerrilla Girls The Guerrila Girls are a group of masked women who speak out on the terrible, misogynist and unjust treatment women receive in the art world. They are a fabulous group. These are their books.

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Gargoyles of Notre Dame

Gargoyles We have a shocking lack of Gargoyles in the U.S. We need to do something about that.

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Arch at the Louvre

Archway This beautiful archway is on the grounds of the Louvre. It’s a good place to meet up with friends.

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The Louvre, Paris

The Louvre

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The Louvre

The Louvre The Louvre is huge and packed with people. I was on a small tour that met at the arch before the Louvre opened. Parts of the building I walked through felt exhausted, especially the floors. One complaint the … Continue reading

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