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On a Street in Urumqi



Winter Print


From the Art Institute of Chicago this Japanese wood block print (ukiyo-e) by Hiroshige depicts winter in 19th century Kyoto.

Sepia Saturday

The prompt this week made me think of telephones. I think old phones have a certain charm. My favorite phone at home is a faux rotary phone. I think the new fangled cordless and cell phones lack a certain something.

Source: State Library of Queensland, Flickr Commons

Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life

Getting ready
Sitting & Waiting

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