Lens Culture Publication

December 26, 2015 - Nice news from the editorial team and Jim Casper at LensCulture "Hi Mildred — Thanks for uploading your project called...
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And the Stockings Were Hung...

December 24, 2015 - The night before Christmas with gifts wrapped, stockings stuffed, and food prepared for the arriving morning relatives a...
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Rockefeller Center Christmas Promenade

December 21, 2015 - Angels trumpet the Christmas display along the Promenade at Rockefeller Center as skaters waltz on the ice rink. Morning...
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Misty Morning Made Flickr Explore 12/18/15

December 19, 2015 - Fog shrouded tall buldings even as ground level was clear. It was an interesting morning to walk through Central Park. S...
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Mellow Yellow

December 15, 2015 - Awash in yellow with ginkgos and weeping willows in vibrant shades, Central Park glowed on a cloudy misty morning. The y...
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Light and Shadow Rhythms Made Explore, Dec. 9, 2015

December 11, 2015 - image from a recent walkabout in Central Park made Flickr Explore. I was entranced by the play of light and shadows as I...
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Christmas Tree in New York City Home

December 11, 2015 - The tree has arrived. It sits in the foyer by the entrance to both living and dining rooms. It is decked out with orname...
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On a Roll, Dark Room Gallery Juried Exhibition

December 06, 2015 - Honored and e ​xcited to have this image, Immersion, selected to be part of the juried exhibition "Seities and Selves" a...
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Skyward 2015, 1650 Gallery Exhibition

December 03, 2015 - Honored to have these two works, "Air Dry" and "Santa's in Town," included in "Skyward: The World Above Us," the juried...
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Bank Rock Bay in Central Park: Recent Walkabout Made Flickr Explore

December 02, 2015 - My usual pathway in Central Park leads me to the Oak Bridge that overlooks the Lake beyond which the buildings of Centra...
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