In a person who is open to experience each stimulus is freely relayed through the nervous system, without being distorted by any process of defensiveness.

~ Carl Rogers

The Weekly Photo Challenge this week is Distorted.  The photo above was taken on our way to Reeds Gap State Park.  I used Photoshop to add some distortion.

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A hike at sunset

It’s great to be home.  M and I were not gone long, but it still feels good to relax in our own home and sleep in our own bed.  The trip was successful, for lack of a better word.

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Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve. Pennsylvania. May 2011.

This is the time of year when retrospectives start showing up everywhere, from blogs to television’s network news programs.  Since it is a dark, dreary, rainy day here in the Bogs — not suitable for picture taking — I thought I’d pull out some of my favorite photos and scenes from the past year.  Some have been posted here on Ye Olde Blogg.  Some never made it, usually because I had so much going on that I didn’t have time to sort through everything.

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Sunday signage

Historical marker near Three Mile Island

One of the stops we made during our visit with family in Pennsylvania was a place just across from Three Mile Island.  It used to be a viewing area, but has now been changed to a training facility.  It was a Sunday, there were no signs or people directing us to stay away, so I walked near the road and took a few photos.  I was surprised to find a historical marker.  It just doesn’t seem like the type of thing that usually ends up on an historical marker.

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