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View 359: Walt, the Loch West Monster

Walking on the Creekwalk near West Fayette Street in Syracuse, New York, I came upon the blue serpent sculpture you see here. An example of public art. I got curious as to the serpent’s origin, I did some snooping on … Continue reading

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The National

Written by Carsten Langkjaer • Photography by Carsten Langkjaer My name is Carsten and I live 20 miles from the center of Copenhagen, Denmark. I put the camera on the shelf many years ago, perhaps mostly because I did not … Continue reading

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Modern Art

I am the first to admit I do not understand modern art so, when I entered the Everson Museum’s Modern Art gallery, I felt like I was in a scene from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.  I just kind of stared … Continue reading

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Broken Egg

“Probably the most private thing in the world is an egg until it is broken.” – M. F. K. Fisher (Writer, 1908-1992) I take many photowalks around my town.  I came upon this scene late on a Spring day when the angle … Continue reading

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