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Just Show Up

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Theirs is a creative partnership, synergistic. “I couldn’t do what I do without Peter.” Their life together has a rhythm, happily solo creative time balanced by periods of intense conversation, ideas sparking. Read More

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Glanmore at Christmas

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Glanmore, Christmas, Victorian decorations

Photography by Daniel Vaughan A Victorian Fantasy (at a very real Belleville museum) November 1898 Dear Cousin~ There is to be a ball at Glanmore just after Christmas, and I am to attend. This will be the first time I have seen this wonderful place, as I am finally out in Belleville society. I expect to… Read More

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Signposts – The Glen Miller Story

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Photography by Lindi Pierce On December 15, 1944 Glenn Miller, legendary big-band leader, disappeared over the English Channel, on a flight to entertain U.S. troops in France during the Second World War. Despite clarity on that point, there is no connection with a unique community along the Trent River just north of Trenton. Glen Miller… Read More

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The Hilton Breakaway

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Brighton, Hilton, Breakaway, Lindi Pierce

On April 21, 1852, at 10 in the evening, the lake’s north bank suddenly gave way, likely due to underground seepage, augmented by snowmelt and several days of heavy rain. With a great roar, the lake water surged down the valley, gouging a deep ravine, tearing into sand ridges, careening off gravel banks, and spreading over the countryside downstream. Read More