“The child-soul is an ever-bubbling fountain in the world of humanity” – Friedrich Froebel

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  1. aw, thanks Greg for the quote. I have looked for a quote that contains the word “stain” for quite some time. Never can find anything. So, this is a treat. I shall use it on my web site. It’s too good to let pass by. What gorgeous photos you’ve been posting! The cranberry one looks like a spot in the woods here. I’m not sure if I have pictures of it or not. Will have to look through my 2308349809348 CDs and see if I can find it.

  2. Oh..and about that quote…I have this weird thing going on in my head every time I look at a photograph with people in it. I always think, ‘and then what happened?’ And, for a few minutes I’ll play that out in my mind, what I think happened next. It almost becomes a little mini movie going on in my brain. It’s a weird little habit. Like…okay, the girl in the photograph on my site right now. If I was seeing it for the first time, I’d keep seeing her step step step over to the building and then try to see through her eyes as she looked inside. It’s a fun game. I can’t stop doing it. heh It’s funny that the stillness of photos “boggles” the author of the quote. I just want photographs to continue on with the rest of the story. heh.

  3. Well, I can tell you the answer – she didn’t go inside. We never go inside any abandoned buildings. I shoot everything from windows, open doors, cracks..even from my car sometimes. And, we never, ever touch anything. We always leave it the exact way it was before we were there. It’s my rule and I stick to it.

  4. I love what you create with your photography. It has a wonderfully mysterious an has an amazing fantasy quality about it.
    Thanks for posting and sharing it with us…
    *~matthew~*

  5. I love what you create with your photography. It has a wonderfully mysterious an has an amazing fantasy quality about it.
    Thanks for posting and sharing it with us…
    *~matthew~*

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