Monthly Archives: September 2012


Patterns which are often found in natural and manufactured objects have been the subject of some of my photographs. The repeated designs make for the attractive images we see in everything from wall coverings, to clothing and to buildings. The … Continue reading

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Cox Arboretum, a part of the Five Rivers Metroparks, is unique because of its special features: well-tended gardens, lakes, flowing stream, butterfly house, flowering trees, wild flowers, observation tower and woods with hiking trails, It is my favorite park for … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW: The End of Cheap China

The End of Cheap China: Economic and Cultural Trends that will Disrupt the World by Shaun Reinn (Wiley 2012) is an insider look at the economic changes in modern China which the author says will have a profound influence on … Continue reading

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One of my favorite natural places is the Beavercreek Wetlands which has about five different sites and features board walks and observation platforms. The walks allow you to walk in the wettest of weather especially when beavers dam the stream … Continue reading

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