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I wasn’t sure what I’d see walking by the Charles on a very, very cold day … but there is always something to see if you look hard enough.

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I keep having an interesting conversation with a fellow in my life. He’s about the destination and I’m all about the journey. I race to destinations but when I journey I never know what I’ll discover like chancing upon this beautiful fungus with its lovely blue hue on a tree in the Middlesex Fells Reservation.  Because I am such a creative namer when it comes to labeling prints, I simply called the image “Blue.” A framed print has been selected by Metro Housing Boston, a nonprofit providing innovative and personalized services that lead families and individuals to housing stability, economic security, and an improved quality of life. This donation was made possible by The Art Connection, a wonderful institution connecting artists with nonprofits, and providing access to original works of visual art to underserved communities.

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I’ve been proud to donate works through this organization for several years. You can learn more about Metro Housing Boston and The Art Connection via the links below.

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Use code CYBER30 for 30% off everything in my Redbubble shop. You know that I love the acrylic blocks which feature anything that catches my eye from nature to stained glass but there are also journals, stationery and much more. Fantastic quality all around. Take a peek! The clock is ticking. 🙂

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And if you’re looking for unique pieces to add to your wardrobe, check out the clothing.

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my Redbubble shop

 

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And now that I am decidedly back in the U.S. for a bit, I am able to return to familiar haunts, like this Woburn field that I’ve been photographing over the years.

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