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Mother Earth, Artist.

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Beyond this peaceful spot, on this autumn afternoon, the Great Impressionist had turned expansive soybean fields into giant green-and-gold palettes. Some fields, planted earliest in the spring, already had turned brown, the beans ready for harvest. The drive through the patchwork of soybean fields was reminiscent of a Monet canvas or a Van Gogh landscape. Green, speckled with bright yellows …

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On A Pedestal

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Sometimes a photo jumps at you. This one had my name on it.

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Feel the Burn

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The first known grist mill along Camden County’s Little Niangua River was burned to the ground by unknown assailants in the middle of the night. It was 1864, and the mill family barely escaped alive. Today, nothing remains of Burnt Mill but a cave from which a vigorous Ozark spring pours into the Little Niangua. After the Civil War, another …

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Peace

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First day of fall on the Little Niangua River.

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Self-Driving Car

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Erifnus turned 16 this year. Now she can drive all by herself. So I can take a nap tomorrow as we motor to an early morning casting call on the Little Niangua River.

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