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Father’s Day Part 2: On the Shoulders of Giants

Father’s Day began with an interesting encounter. After I rejoined my children, we left Belfast and started up the coast of County Antrim. Through a steady mix of sun and halting rain we saw emerald fields dotted with supremely relaxed cows. … Continue reading

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Coastal Curves

I hate to miss a photo challenge.  This time I’m weighing in late, due to technological incompetency.  But the photographs themselves were timely, capturing coastal curves during last week’s challenge. Above is one of my favorites, from the curves of … Continue reading

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“She Was Alright When She Left Here”

Two of my children have celebrated educational milestones in recent weeks.  One graduated from college with a degree in Mathematics and Physics and will be going on to acquire a degree in engineering.  The now customary downpour accompanied his ceremonies. … Continue reading

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