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Everyone says, “Follow the White Rabbit.” Clearly it leads to the Fulton Street Cemetery.
Z @ Point Reyes, California: the second foggiest spot in North America, the stretch of coast called Point Reyes, north of San Francisco, is the closest I’ll get to for stumbling across Brigadoon or a doorway opening into the world of the Fae. Wandering in the fog is an other-worldly experience. What this photo didn’t capture was that the fog was coming in so thick that, literally ten feet away on the other side of the hill by my feet, a coyote was sleeping and I didn’t even he her until I almost stepped on her.
Z @ Trinidad Beach, California: north of the town of Eureka is the gorgeous stretch of coast called Trinidad. When you see photos of the California in the fog often it’s taken at Trinidad. There’s a little cafe on the water you can sit and watch the otters swim about. I recommend the black-berry milk shakes, they were super yum.
photo taken from, Another Vietnam: unseen images of the war from the winning side.
Standing hip deep in swamp-water, saving lives under such conditions. As a nurse this deeply moved me. The caption reads:
Sept. 15, 1970
A victim of American bombing, ethnic Cambodian guerrilla Danh Son Huol is carried to an improvised operating room in a mangrove swamp on the Ca Mau Peninsula. This scene was an actual medical situation, not a publicity setup. The photographer, however, considered the image unexceptional and never printed it.