Nuremberg’s St. Sebaldus Church

Nuremberg’s St. Sebaldus is a medieval church, built 1225-1273, and Lutheran since the Reformation. It takes its name from Sebaldus, an 8th century hermit and missionary who is the patron saint of Nuremberg. We visited this magnificent church during our tour of Nuremberg on July 2, 2019 as a stop on our Viking river cruise. […]

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CFFC: Lines

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week has the topic Lines. Marriott Hotel, Cairo, Egypt Fine arts & gifts store in Jericho, West Bank, Palestine Countryside near Jericho, Palestine Chihuly glass art, outside Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA Columned fountains, outside the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA

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FOTD: Fall Asters

We received this planted bouquet of asters as a welcome gift celebrating our new residence in a senior community. I put them in a plant holder in front of our house and it rained the next day. Go to Cee’s FOTD 10/16/19 to view and participate to celebrate flowers!!

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October Square: My Cat’s Fur

Becky’s October Square theme is lines & squares. Today I feature my cat, Hazel. My cat’s fur is so smooth and has patches of brown among the black, typical of the “tortie” she is. This is one of my early photos of her, in which the lines of her fur are evident. I’m including the […]

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FOTD: Dahlias

“Spiky” dahlias at Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, WA for Cee’s FOTD 10/15/19. I’m also entering this in the challenge “Fan of…” by Jez Braithwaite. I’m a fan of dahlias!

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