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Tórshavn, Faroe Islands (July 2021)

The Skansin fort was built in 1580. The lighthouse was added in 1888, and the gun is British and dates to the second world war.

Why a fort in the Faroe Islands in 1580? Pirates! Today is “Talk Like A Pirate Day”.

Silver Creek from the Trail of Ten Falls

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Silver Falls State Park (May 2021)

Landscape turned wildlife photo

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Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel on Mount Rainier (September 2022)

While framing Mount Rainier for a photo, this squirrel decided to jump in the frame and strike a pose before I pressed the shutter release.

Waterfall Wednesday

Shoshone Falls (Twin Falls, Idaho – August 2022)

Today’s photo comes from the aforementioned driving break on I-84 through southern Idaho a few weeks ago. You can’t really tell from the photo, since there aren’t any people in it, but Shoshone Falls actually is a bigger drop than Niagara Falls.

Metal Monday

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Nine Inch Nails @ Hayden Homes Amphitheater – Bend, Oregon (9/9/22)

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Bridge In The Rain (After Hiroshige) @ Immersive Van Gogh

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Immersive Van Gogh exhibit in Minneapolis, Minnesota (August 2022)

While in Minneapolis a couple of weeks ago, we went to a trippy exhibition of Van Gogh’s work. Immersive Van Gogh is now happening in a number of cities. Set to music, and featuring lots of movement, I went in sober but would recommend a different frame of mind. Still fantastic no matter how you experience it.

There are now no fewer than six immersive Van Gogh exhibits happening. This one was the work of Massimiliano Siccardi.