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We are still in choppy waters but there is a brighter look on the horizon.

 

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“Stars in Norway seem brighter

I have never seen such clear sky

In the darkest hour you do shine”

 

Hooverphonic: youtu.be/Y0z1KvVSk3I

Please take care of yourself and others.

#WearAMask

 

Dress~*MIRUS* ~ Margarita dress ~ past gift

 

Mask~by Karole Batista~ COVID-19 mask ~ gift

 

Eyeshadow~ Veechi ~ Spring Alluring Shadow ~ 50L Friday purchase

 

Jewelry Set~Cae ~Mantra Necklace "Fearless" ~ past gift

 

Hair~ Sintiklia Hair~ Titania

 

Head~ Catwa Mesh ~Catwa ~ Catya

 

Body~ Maitreya ~ Lara

 

Eyes~ Avi Glam ~ Lucent Eyes ~ Baltic

The Thin Red Line is a 1998 American epic war film written and directed by Terrence Malick. The novel's title alludes to a line from Rudyard Kipling's poem "Tommy", from Barrack-Room Ballads, in which he calls British foot soldiers "the thin red line of heroes", referring to the stand of the 93rd Regiment in the Battle of Balaclava of the Crimean War. (from Wikipedia)

 

We still are in this red line.

 

and please, #WearAMask

 

The great music: youtu.be/9EW5uaWDkKs

Fall in Downtown Baker City Oregon getting ready for Halloween

 

Out exploring historic downtown Baker City, Oregon on a beautiful fall day with lots of fall foliage and scarecrows popping up as we get closer to Halloween.

 

Baker City, Oregon’s historic downtown is one of the largest and most intact turn of the 20th century downtowns in the Northwest and is surrounded by historic neighborhoods. The downtown has been beautifully restored and revitalized over the years and is a vibrant and bustling district with lots of small locally owned shop. Throughout the year, the downtown hosts a number of festive celebrations and special events.

 

Even during this year of COVID, business was brisk with lots of customers both local and visitors wearing masks and strolling the streets and visiting shops in small groups. Business owners have adapted well to the new normal and while working diligently to keep everyone's safety a top priority, seem to be adjusting to the new normal for small businesses in a COVID era

 

Visitors to downtown will find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building as well as multiple restaurants and a variety of gourmet and artisan food and spirits. And while shopkeepers are masked up, they are visibly happy to greet and wait on customers who are also willing to follow the current CDC guidelines

 

For more information about other community events in Baker County visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

YOUR BODY, YOUR CHOICE BUT THE VULNERABLE ONES YOU INFECT BY REFUSING TO WEAR A MASK HAD NO CHOICE AND WE HAVE TO WATCH THEM DIE.

Bumped into acquaintances ce matin

Heard a hey Guy, how are you ?

Andrew Pepper and his lovely mom Mrs Anita P

Certainly brings back Mont Tremblant skiing memories

A lovely chance up meeting it was !

Canon 300mm lens was the perfect social distancing implement

 

Harry Styles - Sign of the Times (Official Video)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qN4ooNx77u0

Stay safe and if you wish enjoy the music

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some reflective distractions while out celebrating Small Business Saturday, shopping small and supporting local in Baker City, Oregon

 

One of the best ways to experience a community is by visiting the locally owned independent businesses that reflect the unique and local character of the community. This weekend was a great start to what is definitely a different Christmas season. With lots of COVID precautions in place it was great to see so many folks out spreading holiday cheer and supporting local this weekend for black Friday and Small Business Saturday in Downtown Baker City

 

The small towns of Baker County offer a cornucopia of local and independent small businesses, many featuring locally crafted products that are made in, and in some cases can only be found in Baker County.

 

Baker City's historic downtown is one of the largest intact turn of the 20th century historic districts in the American West with over 100 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. today the downtown has been lovingly restored and the historic district is now a thriving downtown home to numerous art galleries, restaurants, micro breweries and local independently owned shops, making it the perfect destination for celebrating the holidays and shopping small unique businesses.

 

For more information about historic downtown Baker City and other small towns throughout Baker County Oregon visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

12 October 2021.

 

English: careful.

Irish: cúramach.

Finnish: varovainen.

 

*Please translate to your own language in the comments.*

 

#inktober #inktober2021 day 12.

Rapidograph on strathmore 100 lb drawing paper.

3 1/2 inch square.

 

Examples:

 

Gaeilge:

 

Bím-se cúramach i gcónaí.

 

(*I* am always careful.)

 

Suomi:

 

Tarttuen oven ripaan ja avaten varovaisesti oven hän hiipi ääneti ulos, ja pikemmin juosten kuin kävellen hän saapui järvelle.

 

(Grabbing the door latch and carefully opening the door, she sneaked out, and running rather than walking, she arrived at the lake.)

  

Kymmenen vuotta sitten oltiin sitä mieltä, että laihduttaminen piti suorittaa hitaasti ja varovaisesti.

 

(Ten years ago the opinion was held that slimming must be done slowly and carefully.)

 

...

sp digital manipulation

 

My inspiration for this digital creation, an image of some street art in Berlin posted a few weeks ago by FLICKR member michael_hamburg69

www.flickr.com/photos/michael_hamburg/50230123241/in/date...

 

explored 09-15-2020

 

" Are you going with me ? "

Person in the middle of the frame seems to be begging the question

B&W - N&B

To highlight the uncertainty of the response

:)

 

Pat Metheny Group - Are You Going with Me? Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, Canada. July 3, 1989.

Lyle mays was sublime alongside Pat Metheny in this Montreal Jazz fest concert

May he rest in peace

www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4jIbLYE3gQ

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Baker City Artist Studio Tour

Artists at work during the annual Baker Artists Studio Tour. Up to a dozen artists open their studio doors to public each year for this annual event to let the public se the creative process at work.

The Open Studio Tour is one of numerous events celebrating the arts throughout Baker County including an extensive First Friday Artwalk, during which restaurants and retailers throughout the downtown host live music and entertainment on the first Friday of each month. Other arts events include the Baker Open Artists Studio Tour in October, the monthly Thursday Art Night at the historic Eltrym Theater, the We Like ‘em Short Film Festival in August and the Great Salt Lick Art Auction in September.

 

Visitors will also find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building and a trip to the small town of Halfway is not complete without a stop at the Halfway Whimsical Artists Co-op.

For more information about the annual Baker Artists Studio Tours or other art events throughout Baker County, Oregon, visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

A beautiful spring day in downtown Baker City, Oregon

 

The small towns of Baker County offer a cornucopia of local and independent small businesses, many featuring locally crafted products that are made in, and in some cases can only be found in Baker County.

 

Baker City's historic downtown is one of the largest intact turn of the 20th century historic districts in the American West with over 100 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. today the downtown has been lovingly restored and the historic district is now a thriving downtown home to numerous art galleries, restaurants, micro breweries and local independently owned shops, making it the perfect destination for celebrating the holidays and shopping small unique businesses.

 

For more information about historic downtown Baker City and other small towns throughout Baker County Oregon visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Small Business Saturday, Shopping Small and Supporting Local in Baker City, Oregon

 

One of the best ways to experience a community is by visiting the locally owned independent businesses that reflect the unique and local character of the community. This weekend was a great start to what is definitely a different Christmas season. With lots of COVID precautions in place it was great to see so many folks out spreading holiday cheer and supporting local this weekend for black Friday and Small Business Saturday in Downtown Baker City

 

The small towns of Baker County offer a cornucopia of local and independent small businesses, many featuring locally crafted products that are made in, and in some cases can only be found in Baker County.

 

Baker City's historic downtown is one of the largest intact turn of the 20th century historic districts in the American West with over 100 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. today the downtown has been lovingly restored and the historic district is now a thriving downtown home to numerous art galleries, restaurants, micro breweries and local independently owned shops, making it the perfect destination for celebrating the holidays and shopping small unique businesses.

 

For more information about historic downtown Baker City and other small towns throughout Baker County Oregon visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

A Pre-holiday Outing Supporting Small Business in Downtown Baker City Oregon

 

Out doing a few pre-holiday errands and supporting local small businesses in historic downtown Baker City, Oregon during the summer of COVID.

 

Baker City, Oregon’s historic downtown is one of the largest and most intact turn of the 20th century downtowns in the Northwest and is surrounded by historic neighborhoods. The downtown has been beautifully restored and revitalized over the years and is a vibrant and bustling district with lots of small locally owned shop. Throughout the year, the downtown hosts a number of festive celebrations and special events.

 

The holidays look and feel a lot different this COVID Christmas season. Business was brisk with nearly everyone wearing masks while strolling the streets and visiting shops in small groups. Business owners have adapted well to the new normal and while working diligently to keep everyone's safety a top priority, are adjusting to the new normal for small businesses in a COVID era, and preparing for the holiday season

 

In addition to lots of charming small independently owned businesses, visitors to downtown will find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building as well as multiple restaurants and a variety of gourmet and artisan food and spirits. And while shopkeepers are masked up they are visibly happy to greet and wait on customers who are also willing to follow the current CDC guidelines

 

For more information about other community events in Baker County visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

The signs people put up on spaces like this reflect the times in a way that the headlines don’t. Real people, usually young, put signs like these up around neighborhoods usually as a way to be seen and heard by passers by.

 

Camera: Nikon D810

Lens: Vntage 35mm Nikkor

 

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some reflective distractions while out celebrating Small Business Saturday, shopping small and supporting local in Baker City, Oregon

 

One of the best ways to experience a community is by visiting the locally owned independent businesses that reflect the unique and local character of the community. This weekend was a great start to what is definitely a different Christmas season. With lots of COVID precautions in place it was great to see so many folks out spreading holiday cheer and supporting local this weekend for black Friday and Small Business Saturday in Downtown Baker City

 

The small towns of Baker County offer a cornucopia of local and independent small businesses, many featuring locally crafted products that are made in, and in some cases can only be found in Baker County.

 

Baker City's historic downtown is one of the largest intact turn of the 20th century historic districts in the American West with over 100 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. today the downtown has been lovingly restored and the historic district is now a thriving downtown home to numerous art galleries, restaurants, micro breweries and local independently owned shops, making it the perfect destination for celebrating the holidays and shopping small unique businesses.

 

For more information about historic downtown Baker City and other small towns throughout Baker County Oregon visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

The President of France says that his country is at war with Covid-19. Indeed, our whole world-wide community is at war with this deadly disease. Prayers and blessings to all in harm's way! Stay healthy, my Flickr friends.

 

First Friday Art Walk in Downtown Baker City Oregon

 

Celebrating the arts during the First Friday Art Walk in historic downtown Baker City, Oregon, multiple gallery openings, and just exploring downtown Baker City's amazing architecture.

 

The First Friday Art Walk is one of numerous events celebrating the arts throughout Baker County. Other events include the Baker Open Artists Studio Tour in October, the monthly Thursday Art Night at the historic Eltrym Theater, the We Like ‘em Short Film Festival in August, and the Great Salt Lick Art Auction in September.

 

Visitors will find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building.

 

For more information about First Friday Art Walk or other art events and galleries throughout Baker County Oregon visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Credits:

 

CATWA HDPRO Queen

 

Kibitz - Keria's rings

 

erratic / ciri - pantyhose fishnet / FATPACK wide

 

Stealthic - Mayhem

 

Kibitz - Keria's necklace

 

e.marie // Alexis Earrings

 

: CULT : Shan Boots

 

Ascendant - Rebeca Nails 10

 

toksik - Mayhem Hoodie

 

Diversion - Bad Habits - 6M

 

Black Dragon Viewer

 

-SU!- Aettax Mask -Love Sucks-

 

FOXCITY. Photo Booth - The Hangout

  

♫♬♪♩Alan Walker - Faded♫♬♪♩

A woman has to do what a woman has to do, even if it is grocery shopping during a pandemic. So let's get this over with as soon as possible and then head home.

 

#WearAMask #KeepDistance #StaySafe

 

Blog: wp.me/p8G6lH-ae

 

Credits

 

Body: Maitreya Mesh Body - Lara V4.1

Head: CATWA HEAD Catya v3.0

Skin: Glam Affair - Moirah (Jamaica)

Tattoo: Letis Tattoo - Medusa (Halloween Gift 2018)

Hair: TRUTH - Astra (Valentines Gift 2018)

Mask: comes with TRUTH - Kyoko Hair (SL15B Gift)

Top / Pants: SCANDALIZE. Hustle. PinkPale (Group Gift)

 

Pose: an lar [poses] Walled Up Series

 

Shot at: Backdrop City Blogger Spot

maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Backdrop%20City/133/149/22

 

Nature outdoes us all.

NGYS ALUMNI "Wear a Mask" project.

With my compromised immune system, I'm one of those who sure appreciates it when masks are worn. Please think of others and protect them by wearing a mask.

Taken for the Mask Project in NGYSA.

  

Fall turning to winter in Downtown Baker City Oregon getting ready for the holidays.

 

Out exploring historic downtown Baker City, Oregon on a blustery fall day after our first winter storm. Still fall but winter is in the air and merchants are busy getting ready for the Christmas season

 

Baker City, Oregon’s historic downtown is one of the largest and most intact turn of the 20th century downtowns in the Northwest and is surrounded by historic neighborhoods. The downtown has been beautifully restored and revitalized over the years and is a vibrant and bustling district with lots of small locally owned shop. Throughout the year, the downtown hosts a number of festive celebrations and special events.

 

Even during this year of COVID, business was brisk with lots of customers both local and visitors wearing masks and strolling the streets and visiting shops in small groups. Business owners have adapted well to the new normal and while working diligently to keep everyone's safety a top priority, seem to be adjusting to the new normal for small businesses in a COVID era

 

Visitors to downtown will find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building as well as multiple restaurants and a variety of gourmet and artisan food and spirits. And while shopkeepers are masked up, they are visibly happy to greet and wait on customers who are also willing to follow the current CDC guidelines

 

For more information about other community events in Baker County visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Happy what-ever the heck day it is to each of you. Thanks for the visit. Stay safe.

 

I downloaded the 2020 OS update, it has a virus, I'm trying to uninstall, no luck so far.

 

We're in this together ... but stay apart

 

The bird on the left is looking to the right ... the bird on the right is looking to the left in almost a mirror reflection .... just sayin' is all.

Droplets - it's how Covid-19 can spread ...

 

Please wear a mask or social distance when around others. Congrats to the parts of the world that have this under control.

 

Have a wonderful, safe and happy weekend.

And, for all us USA-ers, happy 4th of July weekend

Baker City Farmers Market

 

Wednesdays 3:30-6:30 Mid June through October on the Court Avenue Plaza in downtown Baker City, Oregon

 

For more information, please visit www.bakercityfarmersmarket.com

 

For more information about other Baker County events, festivals, and attractions visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Sunday morning walk around Austin, TX.

Baker City Farmers Market

 

Wednesdays 3:30-6:30 Mid June through October on the Court Avenue Plaza in downtown Baker City, Oregon

 

For more information, please visit www.bakercityfarmersmarket.com

 

For more information about other Baker County events, festivals, and attractions visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Baker City Farmers Market

 

Wednesdays 3:30-6:30 Mid June through October on the Court Avenue Plaza in downtown Baker City, Oregon

 

For more information, please visit www.bakercityfarmersmarket.com

 

For more information about other Baker County events, festivals, and attractions visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Fall in Downtown Baker City Oregon getting ready for Halloween

 

Out exploring historic downtown Baker City, Oregon on a beautiful fall day with lots of fall foliage and scarecrows popping up as we get closer to Halloween.

 

Baker City, Oregon’s historic downtown is one of the largest and most intact turn of the 20th century downtowns in the Northwest and is surrounded by historic neighborhoods. The downtown has been beautifully restored and revitalized over the years and is a vibrant and bustling district with lots of small locally owned shop. Throughout the year, the downtown hosts a number of festive celebrations and special events.

 

Even during this year of COVID, business was brisk with lots of customers both local and visitors wearing masks and strolling the streets and visiting shops in small groups. Business owners have adapted well to the new normal and while working diligently to keep everyone's safety a top priority, seem to be adjusting to the new normal for small businesses in a COVID era

 

Visitors to downtown will find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building as well as multiple restaurants and a variety of gourmet and artisan food and spirits. And while shopkeepers are masked up, they are visibly happy to greet and wait on customers who are also willing to follow the current CDC guidelines

 

For more information about other community events in Baker County visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Fall in Downtown Baker City Oregon getting ready for Halloween

 

Out exploring historic downtown Baker City, Oregon on a beautiful fall day with lots of fall foliage and scarecrows popping up as we get closer to Halloween.

 

Baker City, Oregon’s historic downtown is one of the largest and most intact turn of the 20th century downtowns in the Northwest and is surrounded by historic neighborhoods. The downtown has been beautifully restored and revitalized over the years and is a vibrant and bustling district with lots of small locally owned shop. Throughout the year, the downtown hosts a number of festive celebrations and special events.

 

Even during this year of COVID, business was brisk with lots of customers both local and visitors wearing masks and strolling the streets and visiting shops in small groups. Business owners have adapted well to the new normal and while working diligently to keep everyone's safety a top priority, seem to be adjusting to the new normal for small businesses in a COVID era

 

Visitors to downtown will find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building as well as multiple restaurants and a variety of gourmet and artisan food and spirits. And while shopkeepers are masked up, they are visibly happy to greet and wait on customers who are also willing to follow the current CDC guidelines

 

For more information about other community events in Baker County visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Baker City Farmers Market

 

Wednesdays 3:30-6:30 Mid June through October on the Court Avenue Plaza in downtown Baker City, Oregon

 

For more information, please visit www.bakercityfarmersmarket.com

 

For more information about other Baker County events, festivals, and attractions visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Baker City Farmers Market

 

Wednesdays 3:30-6:30 Mid June through October on the Court Avenue Plaza in downtown Baker City, Oregon

 

For more information, please visit www.bakercityfarmersmarket.com

 

For more information about other Baker County events, festivals, and attractions visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Fall in Downtown Baker City Oregon getting ready for Halloween

 

Out exploring historic downtown Baker City, Oregon on a beautiful fall day with lots of fall foliage and scarecrows popping up as we get closer to Halloween.

 

Baker City, Oregon’s historic downtown is one of the largest and most intact turn of the 20th century downtowns in the Northwest and is surrounded by historic neighborhoods. The downtown has been beautifully restored and revitalized over the years and is a vibrant and bustling district with lots of small locally owned shop. Throughout the year, the downtown hosts a number of festive celebrations and special events.

 

Even during this year of COVID, business was brisk with lots of customers both local and visitors wearing masks and strolling the streets and visiting shops in small groups. Business owners have adapted well to the new normal and while working diligently to keep everyone's safety a top priority, seem to be adjusting to the new normal for small businesses in a COVID era

 

Visitors to downtown will find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building as well as multiple restaurants and a variety of gourmet and artisan food and spirits. And while shopkeepers are masked up, they are visibly happy to greet and wait on customers who are also willing to follow the current CDC guidelines

 

For more information about other community events in Baker County visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Look out Bernie, I too can rock mittens, a drab olive coat and a blue disposable face mask here at 33 CF Health Services. Thanks to our “screening monitor” for taking this for me with my iPhone as I arrived at work this morning.

Baker City Artist Studio Tour

Artists at work during the annual Baker Artists Studio Tour. Up to a dozen artists open their studio doors to public each year for this annual event to let the public se the creative process at work.

The Open Studio Tour is one of numerous events celebrating the arts throughout Baker County including an extensive First Friday Artwalk, during which restaurants and retailers throughout the downtown host live music and entertainment on the first Friday of each month. Other arts events include the Baker Open Artists Studio Tour in October, the monthly Thursday Art Night at the historic Eltrym Theater, the We Like ‘em Short Film Festival in August and the Great Salt Lick Art Auction in September.

 

Visitors will also find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building and a trip to the small town of Halfway is not complete without a stop at the Halfway Whimsical Artists Co-op.

For more information about the annual Baker Artists Studio Tours or other art events throughout Baker County, Oregon, visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

Fall in Downtown Baker City Oregon getting ready for Halloween

 

Out exploring historic downtown Baker City, Oregon on a beautiful fall day with lots of fall foliage and scarecrows popping up as we get closer to Halloween.

 

Baker City, Oregon’s historic downtown is one of the largest and most intact turn of the 20th century downtowns in the Northwest and is surrounded by historic neighborhoods. The downtown has been beautifully restored and revitalized over the years and is a vibrant and bustling district with lots of small locally owned shop. Throughout the year, the downtown hosts a number of festive celebrations and special events.

 

Even during this year of COVID, business was brisk with lots of customers both local and visitors wearing masks and strolling the streets and visiting shops in small groups. Business owners have adapted well to the new normal and while working diligently to keep everyone's safety a top priority, seem to be adjusting to the new normal for small businesses in a COVID era

 

Visitors to downtown will find numerous art galleries throughout Baker City’s historic downtown including the Crossroads Carnegie Art center in the restored Carnegie Library building as well as multiple restaurants and a variety of gourmet and artisan food and spirits. And while shopkeepers are masked up, they are visibly happy to greet and wait on customers who are also willing to follow the current CDC guidelines

 

For more information about other community events in Baker County visit the Baker County Tourism website at www.travelbakercounty.com

  

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