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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

fragments treasures memory: Midway...

fragments treasures memory: Midway...

13 comments:

rosaria said...

The information Robin is providing can't be bypassed. I hope you are all able to visit her today. Thank you.

Ann Best said...

I just followed the link to Robin's blog. Everyone needs to see this. I'm going to post a link on my blog.
Ann Carbine Best’s Long Journey Home

Brian Miller said...

excellent post...thanks for sending me that way...

Grandmother said...

It's all just so sad…Forgive us for we know not what we do.

Rob-bear said...

So utterly horrid!

NormalToEatPB said...

wow! what interesting photography. . . the birds creeped me out tho - but still thought provoking

#1Nana said...

At first I thought that you had been hijacked again!

And I have to disagree with Grandmother. We now know what we are doing, we just haven't cared enough to change.

Janet Lee said...

Such an important post! We've been talking about this a lot in our classes: how to deal with "brownfields" and old trash-heaps...but looking at these images make me think that prevention is probably more worthwhile than figuring out how to "mask" and hide these places.

Ocean Girl said...

Thank you Rosaria.

the walking man said...

GRANDMOTHER..we know very well what we are doing, there is simply to much profit in the doing of it to stop. Dollars before all else, including life itself.

Robyn said...

thank you Rosaria for helping spread the word xoxo

Arkansas Patti said...

"there is no 'away'" will haunt me. Thank you.

Sylvia Ney said...

You have a great blog with some enjoyable posts. Congratulations on the daughter-in-law to be. I'm stopping by from the "A to Z" challenge and I look forward to reading more from you.