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August 04, 2014

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Sally

I am so glad you had some rest. A change of scenery, especially staring at that blue-green, does wonders for the psyche! Where were you, exactly?

Simona Carini

Hi Sally. The seaside photographs were all taken on Little Cayman, the smallest of the Cayman Islands. To be precise, all within a few meters of our beachside room. Before Little Cayman, we visited family in Atlanta, where I took the photo of the kitchen sign.

Molly Hashimoto

Simona, your still life with driftwood and shells is so elegant, and simple...like other things you create. Mountains, rivers, beaches and trees--they give rest for the heart and visual ideas for the artist.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Molly. I am intrigued by objects found on the beach, in particular those that are part of creatures living nearby, like lobsters and conch shells.

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