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From Richmond to West Virginia and back again

Posted in Photography, Politics, Richmond with tags on September 27, 2017 by kozmicdogz

On our recent trip from Richmond Va to West Virginia we did not see any confederate flags, or pumper stickers, signs or any other tributes to the current president.

I thought maybe the tide was turning,
but that is yet to be determined.

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Flat Iron Building

Posted in Dreams, Photography with tags , on July 8, 2017 by kozmicdogz

The flat iron building taken from a cab in September 2015.

Liberty State Park

Posted in Photography with tags , on July 6, 2017 by kozmicdogz

Liberty State Park, September 2015

One of the New Jersey State Parks that were closed when Chris Christie shut down the state government for the July 4th holiday weekend in 2017.

Strawberry Moon

Posted in Dreams, Photography with tags on June 30, 2017 by kozmicdogz

The Strawberry Moon over Ocracoke Island, NC June 9, 2017.

A week of beautiful sunsets, stars, and a Strawberry Moon.

Goodbye to June.

“Chloe”

Posted in Art, Dreams, Photography with tags , , , on April 24, 2017 by kozmicdogz

A new addition to the sculpture garden at the VMFA here in Richmond, VA.

“Chloe” by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa (1955).

“Chloe” is an ever changing presence. The light, clouds, sun, and time of day change her, showing many faces and moods.

You will meet a different Chloe at each visit and even as you walk around her. Mesmerizing.

Broad Street

Posted in Photography, Richmond with tags , , , , on March 30, 2017 by kozmicdogz


Driving home on a spring evening after visiting 2 cemeteries at sunset.

44 Years Ago Today – December 27, 2016

Posted in Photography, Richmond, Writers & Writing with tags , on December 27, 2016 by kozmicdogz

peoplesdrug

Forty-four years ago today I moved to Richmond Va. My 1963 Valiant with the push button transmission was borrowed from my mother, and packed with all of my possessions. I remember getting off 95 at the Boulevard exit near Parker Field and traveled south passing diagonally parked cars down the middle of the street heading towards Broad Street.

I saw on the left the Peoples Drug Store with its all night lunch counter and right in front of me down 2 blocks the statue of Stonewall Jackson. At that point I had only begun to realize that I had not only just traveled the longest 100 miles in my life but had found a new home.

Photo and text © 2016 Kozmicdogz

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