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Wall art

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
But, Tom, you did record it too!

The patina on the wall, the tree on the left and the bicycles provide most of the story.

That graffiti on the door, the “art” is only discovered on second glance and means this area is not secure from vandals!

...but at least there is the promise of wheelchair access.

...and two cups!

Asher
 

Tom dinning

Registrant*
I'm not sure if its a story I tell or a visual experience I choose to share.

Either way, I enjoyed the experience.

My travels are limited these days. Reliving the experiences is a joy for Christine and me.
She will often approach me as I sit at the computer and watch over my shoulder, then give me a hug or a kiss on the top of my head.

I am a fortunate person to know the love of another and share it with her.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
The viewer generally finds a story and here you have presented something worth musing and the effort!

Thanks for sharing?


Asher
 

Doug Kerr

Well-known member
Hi, Tom,

I'm not sure if its a story I tell or a visual experience I choose to share.
Those are likely the same thing.

Either way, I enjoyed the experience.

My travels are limited these days. Reliving the experiences is a joy for Christine and me.
She will often approach me as I sit at the computer and watch over my shoulder, then give me a hug or a kiss on the top of my head.

I am a fortunate person to know the love of another and share it with her.
Yes, that is indeed a wondrous thing.

Best regards,

Doug
 
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