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Art in London – St Pancras railway station

St Pancras railway station in London was a marvel of Victorian engineering when the station opened in 1868 with the largest single span roof in the world constructed from iron and glass. The roof measures 689 ft (240 m) long, spans 245 ft (75m) with a height at 100 ft (30m). Midland Railway Company, formed…

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Light and Sound in Tate Britain Museum London

Tate Britain is the first museum we visited on our trip to London last month. Like most museums in London, Tate Britain admission is free. There are a lot of free museums in London. Special exhibits within these museums are high priced, but most of the museum collections are free to walk around and gaze…

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Oslo Airport Never Odd or Even

Was it a car or a cat I saw? I could not be certain what I saw or heard as I walked through Oslo Airport. This is a place where words and sounds had fleeting meanings as I passed through empty space in terminal corridors. She whispered in my ears. There was no left ear…

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Berlin Wall East Side Gallery murals

East Side Gallery is the 1.3 kilometer remaining section of the Berlin Wall covered with about 105 murals by artists from around the world. One end of the Berlin Wall at East Side Gallery is directly across from the Ostbahnhof train station. The other end of the wall is located at Oberbaum Bridge 1.3 km…

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Miami Light, Camera, Refraction

Miles of walking over many hours across Downtown Miami on quiet streets and days December 24-25 let my mind drift and wander through images of color, shape and texture. A solitary bird by nature, my photos and words help me cement images and memories of places I  have been and sights I have seen. Here…

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