Picture the unusual

Quilters convention, Arromanches, Normandy

Quilters convention, Arromanches, Normandy

Art from the Pompidou Center, Paris

Art from the Pompidou Center, Paris

When you’re traveling you might ask yourself, “How many photos of the Eiffel Tower do I really need? Of Amsterdam canals? Of bakery windows filled with thousand calorie treats?  That’s when it’s time to think about taking a picture of something unusual or at least temporary, which will be gone before the next flood of tourists arrives.

Wall art

Wall art near Pompidou Center, Paris

Baubles fundraiser, Amsterdam

“Baubles” fundraiser, Amsterdam

Wednesday market hedgehogs, Bruges

Wednesday market hedgehogs, Bruges

bin Laden's son, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

bin Laden’s son, by Marlene Dumas, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Moving river of words, Branley Museum, Paris

Moving river of words, Branley Museum, Paris

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I retired June 30, 2010 after working for 40 years in the field of education and most recently doing school public relations/community outreach in a mid-size urban school district. I wrote for superintendents and school board members. Now I'm writing for me and I hope for you. In this blog, I offer my own views coupled with the latest research on how to preserve our physical and mental health as we age, delve into issues most of us over 50 can relate to like noticing wrinkles and forgetting where we left our keys, discuss the pros and cons of different ways to engage our minds and bodies after we leave the workplace, and throw in an occasional book review, all peppered with a touch of humor, irony, and just plain silliness.
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2 Responses to Picture the unusual

  1. Sandra Wallace says:

    Did you read Rick Steve’s column Sunday..where not to go?

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