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Where Land Meets Water

Sometimes, the edges between land and water are well-defined. Sometimes, the boundary line between two dichotomies is easily defined. Here is water – fluid, wet, flowing. And here is land – dry, static, still. Things can be that clear, and … Continue reading

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The word “texture” originally described the characteristics of a woven fabric, as influenced by the arrangement, size and quality of the threads used in weaving the fabric. I can visualize the knobby texture of tweed versus the soft, smooth feel … Continue reading

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