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January 15, 2013


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Wonderful how timeless places like these are!


A lovely collection of images from the desert area around California. Thanks for joining in BWW #66

Simona Carini

You are totally right, Debra. While there, one feels that. It's like time is still.

Thanks, Lynne. It's my pleasure to contribute to the event.


Wonderful photos in B&W! I'm not a coffee drinker but now, I too, now dream of Viennese coffee melange. :-)

Simona Carini

Thank you, Paz. If no good coffee can be had, I can go without it, but a good cup is a nice pleasure to enjoy.


The reason that the hotel sign is sitting on the ground is because I painted it for them. It is a recreation of the original hotel sign that was on the front of the building when it was new in the 1920's. I recreated it on the sign in your photograph and one day it, along with the other signs you see sitting there with it, hopefully will be hung. It will go over the front entrance where the smaller, older sign is currently hung.

Simona Carini

Dear Merilee, thank you so much for your comment that provides interesting and important information on your work with the beautiful signs. I will amend the post and quote you. Have a great day!

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