to my personal journal through my viewfinder. A place where I leave the world behind and try to find the spirit of what I am seeing.
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- Civilizations which loose their middle class, do not fare so well: nytimes.com/2014/04/23/ups… #america : 11 hours ago
- For all you Dana Tyrell fans. Classic Dana face. Good luck to him and @TheFalconsAHL #CalderCup #ahl http://t.co/Cgu9OwpQ7y : 1 day ago
- This concludes the 2013-14 @SyracuseCrunch season. View 324: Season's End wp.me/pcc47-206 #Syracuse #hockey #photography : 1 day ago
- Win a Nikon D800 or Canon 5D Mark III plus more! #photography contest.io/c/dt8loulr via @snapknot @BorrowLenses @smugmug @millerslab : 1 day ago
- MT @DunkinCNY donated 336 lbs. of coffee to @FoodBankofCNY in partnership with @SyracuseCrunch, @CuseKnights and @UticaComets. #thatsalot : 1 day ago
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