February 6, 2017

Two Panoramas and a Collage


The Good: Isn't it incredible how the setting sun can transform a prosaic scene into a thing of beauty? I took this with my cell phone in a parking lot after picking up a prescription.
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The Random: This mural is on the side of a carpet store in Broadway, Virginia. It shows a covered bridge which no longer exists.
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The Fun: This collage consists of four snapshots I scanned in from 1994. My foster daughter and I visited my older daughter Lynn in Augusta County and we went to a carnival. Amaresh was an immigrant from Eritrea. She and her sister had come to this country as young teenagers after a long journey which they risked to escape a war zone. By the time she came to live with me, her sister was studying in a Job Corps program. She followed in her sister's footsteps after she turned 18 and eventually became a nurse.

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Click on the image to see a larger version. I used PhotoCollage to make this assemblage.

8 comments:

  1. Love your first photo of the sunset! And what a great story about your foster daughter. Glad she found a successful career here in the US.

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  2. Great capture of the early evening sky and the bridge mural must brighten up everyone's day. It was good to hear about your foster daughter's success, I hope she continues to thrive in the US. Going to check out Photocollage now!

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  3. That first picture is so lovely, you never know what you may see!
    Always good to have your phone handy ...

    All the best Jan

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  4. What a lovely covered bridge. Is it still there? Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  5. Nice mural! It's always fun to see a covered bridge in person, also nice in a mural!

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  6. Beautiful sky and pretty mural shot. Looks like a fun time at the carnival.

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