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Aratat Anomaly

 

A flood myth or deluge myth is a narrative in which a great flood, usually sent by a deity or deities, destroys civilisation, often in an act of divine retribution. 2,924 more words

God

Prison Plantations in the South, by Bruce Jackson

This week, The Marshall Project published an illuminating piece Prison Plantations about Bruce Jackson‘s work from inside Texas and Arkansas in the 60s and 70s. 308 more words

Photojournalism

The Beginning of a Road Trip: Exploring Northern California

Just last Thursday, I returned home from a nine-day road trip with my mom. Some days didn’t have too much going on, so I won’t bore you with details of the mundane. 1,170 more words

Destination

Not a Ghost, But An Artist Haunting

Last week I wrote a post that described an old house wrapped around an older house I wrote about the partial dismantling of the wrapping, and the demolition of a long suffering addition at the rear of that building.  763 more words

Architecture

Caturday at Cadillac Ranch on Route 66, Amarillo, Texas

We have been on the move again for the past two weeks after spending two months in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.  I’ve had just enough time to offload the RAW files from my camera to my computer just so that I could shoot more every day!  227 more words

Photography

'Twas the Night After Christmas by Sabrina Jeffries

Summary: Pierce Waverly, the Earl of Devonmont, has never forgiven his parents for inexplicably abandoning him to distant relatives as a child. Nevertheless, when he receives word that the stranger he calls Mother is gravely ill, the unabashed rogue makes a rare return to Montcliff, his country estate. 453 more words