PF: Chilean Lanscape

January 2009, Southern Chile

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PF: Cemetery Vaults

December 2008, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Getting Rocked on MVM

This was the last big single for Def Leppard in the early 90s before Grunge took over the airwaves, and it’s still a track that I’ve been likely to include on mix tapes and playlists for high-energy/driving music.

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PF: Horses at the Beach

Ushuaia, Argentina, inside the Tierra del Fuego National Park, December 2008.

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Halo on MVM

Deep Blue Something… They are best known for “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” but the album it’s from (their 2nd, actually, which I don’t think I knew until putting this together), Home, has several other tracks that still hold up for me, twenty-some years after the album’s release.

This one is not only the next track on the album after BaT, but it’s also the only other charting single (such as it was… #102).

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PF: Colorado Landscape


June 2010.

I don’t recall the exact location, but my guess is that it’s either a view either from near Red Rocks or the Cave of the Wind.

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SPT: Island in the Stream 28 July 2016

While you can work this image into any kind of story, my initial reaction is for a fantasy setting, which will flavor some of my questions below…

Let’s do some world building:

What is this place? What is around it (beyond the scope of the picture)? A remote stretch of distant coastline, or along the shore of a huge lake or inlet? If it’s a stretch of coast, is this when the tide is low, or high? Is it’s location a guarded secret, common knowledge, or a suggested idea (“there was this place, but no one’s been there in years…” sort of thing)? How might someone get to this place?

What’s with the “island” in the center? (Stretch the scale.) What else might be there, besides the tree?

Now, why might someone go to this place? (My initial thought was a wizard’s keep on the “island”, but it could be some other recluse with information, or an outpost, or simply lost.)

What happens when the person gets here? Is this really where they wanted to be, or are they a few miles off? Or is there some kind of illusion masking what might truly be there? How does the person react – both upon arrival, and as their time there unfolds.

Then what happens?

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