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Organic hula-hoop cupola

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“Halt, who goes there?” photo inspiring my concrete poem

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Go with the flow

Take a seat under the bridge and watch water flow past, its tranquil echoes drowning out thunder of busy traffic overhead

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Doing geologic time

Grimacing granite gargoyle prison walls guarded by its chiseled facade brick and mortar malingering the hours back and forth repeated patterns footsteps of men sentenced to transform into the same gray stone gavel set on justice hitting home the law … Continue reading

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Blueprint

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Suddenly, as if on cue, sunlight came streaming through, uninhibited by hazy fog, puffy clouds or water dogs. Simple blue-skied radiance spanning the ocean abyss like a rubber-band bridge, stretching across vanishing points, high above…

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Skyline scaffolding

A silky serene skyline scaffolding built between two steel causeways, shadowing water, earth and canopy, my camera crossing to safety, swiftly sending scenery thru satellites and silicon channels to sit on your computer screen.

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Alberton bridge, NW Montana

This is the Alberton bridge, below which are the oldest rocks on earth, so old in fact, they predate the fossil record! One such boulder lodged on the edge of the Clark Fork River was transported here from would-be Russia … Continue reading

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