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Bridges – There’s A Kind Of Magic

There’s a kind of magic By Peter Teremi – I am a fan, if you couldn’t tell by my photography. Bridges, either in the physical or metaphorical sense, symbolize a connection between people and places. Plus they are just cool. You may also have noticed, I like water. Especially around sunrise and sunset. There’s a kind of magic at these […]

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Black Water Under The Roebling

Old Black Water

Old Black Water Well, I built me a raft and she’s ready for floatin’, Ol’ Mississippi, she’s callin’ my name. Catfish are jumpin’, that paddle wheel thumpin’, Black water keeps rollin’ on past just the same. Old black water, keep on rollin’, Mississippi moon, won’t you keep on shinin’ on me. By Patrick Simmons

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Guitar Headstone

Guitar Headstone

Woodlawn Cemetery By Peter Teremi Welcome to another Murphy-Cam adventure. While Murphy enjoyed his Spa Day, I toured the surrounding area and was drawn to the Woodlawn Cemetery. Seeing the gate was open, I ventured in. There was a small pond in the center, reflecting the morning sun as it reached the tree line. On the west side was a […]

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The Flood of 2018 – Friday Edition

Expanded Wetlands – I chose to present these in monochrome. It added a timeless quality to mostly submerged park benches. Water fowl seem to be enjoying the expanded wetlands, and Murphy seems eager to greet them. I noticed an increase in spectators taking pictures and enjoying the flood. Keep in mind, a spectator, is a special kind of tater. I […]

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