Francine In Retirement
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Posts Tagged ‘statues

CEE’S ODD BALL PHOTO CHALLENGE – 2015 – WEEK 18

May 3, 2015

For Cee’s ODD BALL PHOTO CHALLENGE this week I choose to show some of the odd things I found in a bicycle shop a few years ago. See how many odd things you can find that you wouldn’t expect to see in this kind of shop. Hint: Look in the background of some photos.   […]

TRAVEL THEME: STATUES

March 28, 2014

While walking along the streets where the Pittsburgh Arts Festival was located, there were a number of very alive looking statues that got a lot of attention. The details of the images portrayed by the sculptures, from facial expression to the objects in their hands was amazing. These statues were done by world-renowned artist J. Seward Johnson Jr.  One of the […]

KOREAN WAR VETERANS MEMORIAL

April 8, 2013

This is my first travel adventure of 2013 with my favorite tour company, Lenzner Tour and Travel. It is also Series One of the War Memorials in Washington, D.C.  Tomorrow  I will post a visit to The Marine Corps War Memorial. There is continued talk on television news stations and written reports in newspapers and on […]

TRAVEL THEME: Secret Places

June 20, 2012

While in New York City I stumbled across this interesting display of the Iron Workers Sculpture at Lunchtime.  So I am entering them into the Travel Theme: Secret Places  Challenge hosted by Alisa.  Visit other entries under above link. 932 Rockefeller Center Iron Workers Lunch Time BE ENCOURAGED!  BE BLESSED!

LEAP OF FAITH

February 29, 2012

TO HAVE FAITH “We have the God given ability to believe, to have faith – in God, in ourselves, and in our fellow man.  Christ has told us “according to your faith, be it unto you.”  What a wonderful promise in those words. We have only to put our problems before Him with a humble […]