Untitled - India, 2006
photo365 - Day 204

This woman was carrying mortar to workers performing renovations on the site we were visiting. Not a single piece of power equipment was to be found; everything was done by hand from mixing the mortor to cutting the stone.

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Spanish Tile
photo365 - Day 202

Almeria, Spain

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Musician in the Mist
photo365 - Day 201

I’m a little pressed for time today so I’ll have to go with one of my pre-selected ‘backup’ images. I hope you can all find the musician in the mist. ;-)

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John Hammond - 2011 Lowell Summer Music Series
photo365 - Day 200

This was the first, and so far only, solo acoustic show I’ve attended at the Lowell Summer Music Series - one man and guitar, that’s it. A great show from a Blues Hall of Fame performer. My other shots from this show are viewable here: http://bit.ly/2011lsmshammond

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J. D. Blair w/ Nataile MacMaster - 2010 Lowell Summer Music Series
photo365 - Day 199

This talented fellow was one of the most animated and entertaining drummers I’ve ever seen. Rather than buried in the back, his kit was set up stage front and he was very much a part of the show. There are more shots of him, and the headliner Natalie MacMaster in my Flickr photoset here: http://bit.ly/1oRxREv

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Me and Mom’s Mom - circa 1965
photo365 - Day 198

This shot was taken in front of our farm near Glenn, Michigan. I do have distinct memories of the lawn chairs and of the tricycle, of course. The trellis around the front door, not so much. ;-)

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Sunset Lake, 1986
photo365 - Day 197

I’m not entirely sure where this was taken but it was on the same roll as the Rocky Mountian National Park shot from yesterday. It appears that it was raining at the time the shot was taken.

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Rocky Mountain National Park
photo365 - Day 196

Hard to believe that something so bucolic almost killed me.

The morning after a day’s hiking in the Rocky Mountain National park I discovered a small bite on the back of my knee. I thought nothing of it. During the drive back to where I was staying that summer I begin to feel flu like symptoms developing. By the time I made it back to my temporary home it was all I could do to crawl into bed. I woke up 2 days later.

Those two days were filled with fever induced halicnations and I had no notion of time passing. I suspect I was unconcious a lot of the time. I was staying in a hotel that was closed over the summer and basically no one knew where to go looking for me.

After a few days of rest I was fit as a fiddle again. I never did manage to see a doctor.

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We have everything you need, and more!
photo365 - Day 195

This was taken in a small rural town in India. The composition isn’t the best but I was shooting through the window of the tour bus… at night. I don’t recall the specality of this shop.

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Winter’s lawn mower
photo365 - Day 194

As I was mowing the grass, for the second time this week mind you, a thought crossed my mind. Regardless of the season, yard work requires power tools. ;-)

Just to set the scale, the front opening of our snow blower is 28 inches high. ;-)

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