Monthly Archives: June 2014

occasions of grandeur

“Although described by a contemporary critic as ‘looking like an overloaded sideboard’, it (the Paris Opera House) is now regarded as one of the masterpieces of the period. Here Garnier triumphed over a cramped and difficult site, handling the carriage-ramps … Continue reading

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Summer!

“The earth laughs in flowers.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Boater discovers an unfortunate logo

watercolor on paper

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looking west to Flowers!

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“bridge collapse near Piglet Town”

“Class, let’s begin the day,” said Ms. Chienne. “For this morning’s science-in-current-events report, NicNac will tell us about this weekend’s bridge collapse near Piglet Town.” NicNac stood in front of the class, smiled, and showed them the article he had cut … Continue reading

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 *The Lemon Grove Library is One!*

Here are a few photos of the Library under construction.

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Flowers! from Troxell Manor’s Garden

a “plein air” painting from earlier this Spring at the The Lemon Grove Historical Society’s “Garden Tour” This view is from next to the front door of the Gardener’s house

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