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Spiritual Mysteries of Jerusalem. Today is 12/21/09 in Jerusalem

Woke in the middle of the night hearing, “take the laptop with me to my 8am meeting at St. James and show my Czech Journal as an example of what I do with the photos I take”. Went back to sleep. Was awakened again by the Muslim pre-dawn prayer call. Went back to sleep. Sister [...]

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St. James & History Lessons. Today is 12/26/09 in Jerusalem

Sunrise is beautiful. I leave early for St James, Armenian Orthodox… the oldest Christian church in Jerusalem. Jerusalem is waking up for her busy day. Roosters are crowing. On the streets, bread merchants abound… one of these mornings I am going to try one of these sesame loafs. Stop at the Coptic Church atop the [...]

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Green Light & Dome of the Rock. Today is 01/04/10 in Jerusalem

This morning came an email from Sister Elena of St Trinity Cathedral (Russian Orthodox at the Russian Compound) – I have been granted permission to photograph the Russian Cathedral Tuesday between 10am and 1 pm. That is great news, and this is my last church on the list, the day before I leave the Middle [...]

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Last Day in California. Today is 02/08/10 in Laguna Hills

Coffee, computer – the two “C’”s – take care of email. Finish packing for the month away, documenting domestically, New York City, York PA, Chicago, Denver Colorado, Springboat Colorado. Leave for Laguna Beach to meet Donna G. at Lumberyard for lunch. I get the time mixed up and arrive an hour early. Drink lot’s of [...]

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Snow and Morningside. Today is 02/10/10 in New York City

Awake to the classical Radio. It is 7AM in New York. Look out the window. The snow has started. There is a Chinese cleaner across the street. Tony pours Orange Juice for each of us. It takes me a while to figure out what I will need and what route to take to get to [...]

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