Butterflies at Longwood Gardens, September 2013

 

Butterflies in the East Garden

Skipper butterfly.

Skipper

 

Skipper butterfly.

Skipper

 

Skipper butterfly.

Skipper

 

78 - butterfly, Sept 7

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

 

79 - butterfly, Sept 7

Spicebush Swallowtail

 

81 - butterfly and butterfly, Sept 7

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail and Spicebush Swallowtail

 

85 - butterfly, Sept 7

Spicebush Swallowtail

 

86 - butterfly, Sept 7

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

 

 

Butterflies in the Meadow Garden

07 - Butterfly in the Meadow Garden, Sept 7

Spicebush Swallowtail

 

09 - Butterfly in the Meadow Garden, Sept 7

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

 

12 - Butterfly and bee in the Meadow Garden, Sept 7

Skipper butterfly and bee

 

 

Butterflies in the Student Exhibition Garden

03 - Flowers and white butterflies, Sept 7

White butterflies

 

 

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Sunrise at the Jersey Shore 2013 — I

 

Long Beach Island July 29, 2013

03 - Seagulls on the beach at sunrise, July 29

 

 

05 - Sunrise on the beach, July 29

 

 

15 - Dredging ship at dawn, July 29

Dredging ship

 

 

16 - Seagulls on the beach at sunrise, July 29

 

 

27 - Sunrise at the shore, July 29

 

 

34 - Sunrise at the shore, July 29

 

 

37 - Shore birds at sunrise, July 29

Shore birds

 

 

47 - Shore birds at sunrise, July 29

 

 

61 - Shore birds at sunrise, July 29

 

 

67 - Shore birds at sunrise, July 29

 

 

71 - Shore sunrise, July 29

 

 

109 - Sea gull flying at dawn, July 29

 

 

112 - Sea gulls flying at dawn, July 29

 

 

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Carnivorous Plants, Frogs, and Fish in the East Garden, Longwood Gardens, September 2013

 

Carnivorous Plants

66 - Carnivorous plants in a pot, Sept 7

A pot of carnivorous plants.

 

 

64 - Carnivorous plants in a pot, Sept 7

 

 

68 - Carnivorous plants in a pot, Sept 7

Pitcher plants

 

 

69 - Carnivorous plants in a pot, Sept 7

 

 

Frogs and Fish

88 - Brook with frogs, Sept 7

The brook full of frogs.

 

 

89 - Frog in the brook, Sept 7

Bullfrog in the brook.

 

 

93 - Another frog in the brook, Sept 7

 

 

94 - Two frogs in the brook, Sept 7

Two frogs.

 

 

104 - Fish in the lake, from the gazebo, Sept 7

Fish in the lake near the gazebo.

 

Check out the Longwood Gardens website for information about visiting the gardens.

 

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Burlington County Farm Fair 2014

 

Sun  setting over the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

Sun setting over the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

 

Located at the Burlington County Fairgrounds on County Rt. 670 (Jacksonville-Jobstown Road) just off Rt. 206 in Springfield Township, NJ, the Burlington County Farm Fair, an annual mid-July event, was held this year from Tuesday, July 15 through Sunday, July 20.

 

Cow for kids to "milk" in the Farmer for a Day exhibit,  7-18-14

Cow for kids to “milk” in the Farmer for a Day exhibit, 7-18-14

Old car at the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

Old car at the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

 

This year’s fair expanded from the traditional four days to six days, and due to the extreme heat during the past few years, many events and competitions were scheduled after 4 pm. Ironically, except for thunderstorms which forced early closure Tuesday evening, the weather during the fair was beautiful, with lower than normal average temperatures. As a result of the changes and the cooler weather, attendance of the fair reached an estimated 85,000 this year, a significant increase over last year’s 50,000.

 

Entering the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

Entering the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

Entering the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

Entering the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admission to the fair is free. Parking in the lot across the street is $10 per car. We found the parking and entrance to the fair well-organized and non-stressful. When the main lot filled up, cars were directed to the Columbus Market parking area, where people were shuttled to and from the fair by bus.

Pigs coming out for the pig races, 7-18-14

Pigs coming out for the pig races, 7-18-14

Eggs hatching in an incubator, 7-18-14

Eggs hatching in an incubator, 7-18-14

Chicks, 7-18-14

Chicks, 7-18-14

 

Events at the Farm Fair include 4H animal competitions and horse show, competition for Farm Fair Queen, pony rides, pig races, exhibits of antique and modern farm equipment, tractor pulls, competitions like skillet throwing and spike driving, home arts and crafts, open pet show, scarecrow contest, rides and amusements, car show, country music, clogging, and much more.

 

4H competitor and her 9-week-old rabbit, 7-18-14

4H competitor and her 9-week-old rabbit, 7-18-14

Geese in the poultry tent, 7-18-14

Geese in the poultry tent, 7-18-14

 

The Farm Fair provides a wonderful opportunity for children to see animals up close and even pet them. For those who worry about children catching diseases from animals, everywhere there were animals to pet, there were containers of hand sanitizer. Also provided were portable hand washing stations with soap, water, and paper towels (and porta-potties for other needs).

 

Ducklings, 7-18-14

Ducklings, 7-18-14

Rides at the fair, 7-18-14

Rides at the fair, 7-18-14

 

Let’s not forget food. A large food court offered an array of choices and plenty of seating, trash and recycling receptacles, and hand-washing areas.

 

61 - Sun  setting over the Farm Fair, 7-18-14

 

Congratulations to all the staff and planners for another wonderful event.

 

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The Italian Water Garden at Longwood Gardens, September 2013

 

The Italian Water garden at Longwood Gardens was designed by Pierre S. du Pont to resemble a garden at the Villa Gamberaia, which the du Ponts had seen while traveling in Italy.

114 - The Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

115 - Step cascade at the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

120 - Fountains at the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

123 - Fountains at the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

133 - The step cascade in the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

139 - Fountains in the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

147 - Founains in the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

148 - Sculptures in alcoves in the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

150 - Founain in the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

149 - Founains in the Italian Garden, Sept 7

 

 

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A New Speculative Fiction Convention — Con•Gregate 2014

Q & A: Ask a Neuroscientist with Tedd Roberts, 7-11-14

Q & A: Ask a Neuroscientist with Tedd Roberts, 7-11-14

Allegra Liana, after the Make-up and Special Effects Demo, 7-12-14

Allegra Liana, after the Make-up and Special Effects Demo, 7-12-14

The Blibbering Humdingers in Concert, 7-13-14

The Blibbering Humdingers in Concert, 7-13-14

 

 

Where could you hear about Shakespeare, neuroscience, alternate history, podcasting, Ghost Busters, nerdiquette, harvesting space, epic fantasy, and Kickstarting all in the same place?

Edmund Schubert, Tony Ruggiero & Alexandra Christian on the Every Villain Is a Hero Panel, 7-12-14

Edmund Schubert, Tony Ruggiero & Alexandra Christian on the Every Villain Is a Hero Panel, 7-12-14

Emily Lavin Leverett, A. J. Hartley & John Hartness on the Every Villain Is a Hero Panel, 7-12-14

Emily Lavin Leverett, A. J. Hartley & John Hartness on the Every Villain Is a Hero Panel, 7-12-14

 

Or about Dr. Who, radioactive bugs, makeup and special effects, villains, mythology, religion, paranormal, tropes, trivia, and Star Wars?

Expert Talk: Insterstellar Travel with Les Johnson, 7-13-14

Expert Talk: Insterstellar Travel with Les Johnson, 7-13-14

17 - Costume, 7-11-14

The NASA Panel  with Tedd Roberts, Maggie Allen, Paula S. Jordan & Les Johnson, 7-12-14

The NASA Panel with Tedd Roberts, Maggie Allen, Paula S. Jordan & Les Johnson, 7-12-14

Or about costuming, Marvel, ghost stories, magic, social media, marketing, superheroes, and NASA? Or art, world building, managing your finances, zombies, vampires, publishing, Harry Potter, magic, and solar sails?

If you guessed Con•Gregate 2014, you are right. This brand new convention was held July 11th to 13th in Winston-Salem, NC. For a first-time convention, there were an extensive range of panel topics, a good number of guests, and few (if any) glitches. The crew running the convention did a stellar job.

15 - Opening Ceremonies with James Fulbright, Jennifer McCollom, Toni Weisskopf & Mark Poole, 7-11-14

Opening Ceremonies with James Fulbright, Jennifer McCollom, Toni Weisskopf & Mark Poole, 7-11-14

Larry Correia signing books in the Dealers' Room, 7-12-14

Larry Correia signing books in the Dealers’ Room, 7-12-14

 

Featured guests at the convention were Writer Guest of Honor Larry Correia, Artist Guest of Honor Mark Poole, Special Literary Guest Toni Weisskopf, and Special Media Art Guest Jennifer McCollum. Other guests included authors, artists and graphic designers, scientists, publishers, costumers, singers and musicians, paranormal investigators, producers, makeup artists, actors, editors, game designers, librarians, podcasters, bloggers, and even a comedian.

Sharon Stogner, Marcia Colette & Faith Hunter on the Urban Fantasy: Future of the Genre Panel, 7-12-14

Sharon Stogner, Marcia Colette & Faith Hunter on the Urban Fantasy: Future of the Genre Panel, 7-12-14

Larry Correia & Nicole Givens Kurtz on the Urban Fantasy: Future of the Genre Panel, 7-12-14

Larry Correia & Nicole Givens Kurtz on the Urban Fantasy: Future of the Genre Panel, 7-12-14

Panel: World Building with Steven S. Long, 7-13-14

Panel: World Building with Steven S. Long, 7-13-14

The panelists and experts led lively and informative presentations and discussions. Many of the panels involved audience participation; some even focused on audience participation. In the panel “World Building with Steven Long,” Steven led the audience in brainstorming ideas to create a world and situation that could be used as the basis for a game or novel. We brainstormed five possible settings and voted. When we remained deadlocked after a couple votes, we decided to combine the two top choices: post-apocalyptic alternate Earth and underground civilization. We added further details: fracking in multiple locations around the world had caused the apocalypse by releasing many types of dragons which had long been confined in deep underground caves by magic, which also returned to the world. The world we brainstormed has so many fascinating possibilities for stories that I might have to write one.

M. Doc Geressy leading his audience team on the Debate Club, 7-12-14

M. Doc Geressy leading his audience team on the Debate Club, 7-12-14

Moderator Michael D. Pederson with James Maxey, leading his team on the Debate Club, 7-12-14

Moderator Michael D. Pederson with James Maxey leading his audience team on the Debate Club, 7-12-14

Another panel that involved audience participation was “Debate Club.” This panel was moderated by Michael D. Pederson, with M. Doc Geressy leading one side of the room and James Maxey leading the other in short debates about a variety of science fiction/fantasy topics, such as Star Trek versus Star Wars and the new Dr. Who versus the original Dr. Who. These audience participation panels added an extra dimension of fun to the panel.

Expert Talk: Cues from Shakespeare with A. J. Hartley, 7-11-14

Expert Talk: Cues from Shakespeare with A. J. Hartley, 7-11-14

Panel: Fairies and Vampires and Other Mythological Creatures with John Hartness, Emily Lavin Leverett, Diana Bastine & Nicole Givens Kurtz, 7-13-14

Panel: Fairies and Vampires and Other Mythological Creatures with John Hartness, Emily Lavin Leverett, Diana Bastine & Nicole Givens Kurtz, 7-13-14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You never know what you may learn at a convention. A. J. Hartley‘s “Cues from Shakespeare: Fantasy and Thriller Writer” gave me a new perspective for viewing Shakespeare’s plays. For instance, A. J. pointed out that Shakespeare was not writing literary fiction; he was a genre writer. I had never thought about Shakespeare that way, but it makes sense because he wrote plays that would appeal to a wide audience, from the educated upper class to the illiterate groundlings. A. J. also mentioned that Shakespeare used a number of thriller elements in his dramas: conspiracy, murder, politics, battles, love/sex, ghosts and supernatural, and pirates. In addition, Shakespeare did not invent plots but used well-known stories, added twists, and wrote them exceptionally well. He excelled in the use of vivid imagery (to compensate for the minimal stage decoration, props, and costuming in that time) and in pacing, allowing spaces in the drama for the pace to slow down so characters could reflect on the action. Every writer could learn a thing or two from studying Shakespeare.

Alexandra Christian & Glenda C. Finkelstein on The Writing Life Panel, 7-12-14

Alexandra Christian & Glenda C. Finkelstein on The Writing Life Panel, 7-12-14

Marcia Colette & Les Johnson on The Writing Life Panel, 7-12-14

Marcia Colette & Les Johnson on The Writing Life Panel, 7-12-14

Faith Hunter on The Writing Life Panel, 7-12-14

Faith Hunter on The Writing Life Panel, 7-12-14

 

 

The convention had a number of workshops for writers. I didn’t attend Allen Wold‘s workshops, but I’ve attended them at other conventions and found them invaluable. Allen has encouraged and guided aspiring writers for years, and I highly recommend his workshops. The one workshop I attended was Paula S. Jordan‘s “Beyond the First Draft.” To provide the greatest opportunity for interaction, this workshop was capped at five people; we had three. Paula and Gray Rinehart listened to each of us discuss her/his work and gave valuable feedback. It’s not often a writer gets such an opportunity, and I truly appreciated it.

Workshop: Beyond the First Draft with Paula Jordan & Gray Rinehart, 7-11-14

Workshop: Beyond the First Draft with Paula S. Jordan & Gray Rinehart, 7-11-14

Panel: How I Got My Start in Fandom with Tom Hutchens, Paula S. Joedan, Randy Richards, Regina Kirby & Tally Johnson, 2-12-14

Panel: How I Got My Start in Fandom with Tom rHutchens, Paula S. Joedan, Randy Richards, Regina Kirby & Tally Johnson, 2-12-14

Although there are so many things to do at a convention, I try to squeeze in one or two filk concerts and I attended three at Con•Gregate. While each musician is unique, all amaze me with their talent and unfailingly give entertaining performances.

Danny Birt in Concert, 7-12-14

Danny Birt in Concert, 7-12-14

Gray Rinehart in Concert, 7-13-14

Gray Rinehart in Concert, 7-13-14

While I’m mentioning filk, I have to put in a plug for Danny Birt, who has a Kickstarter campaign going to help produce his next CD. I met Danny at a con years ago and always enjoy his concerts since his songs tend to be playful and laced with humor.

Panel: Subverting the Trope with Tony Ruggiero, Paula S. Jordan, Stuart Jaffe, Rhonda Oglesby & Larry Correia, 7-13-14

Panel: Subverting the Trope with Tony Ruggiero, Paula S. Jordan, Stuart Jaffe, Rhonda Oglesby & Larry Correia, 7-13-14

Panel: Urban Fantasy - Future of the Genre with Sharon Stogner, Marcia Colette, Faith Hunter, Larry Correia & Nicole Givens Kurtz, 7-12-14

Panel: Urban Fantasy – Future of the Genre with Sharon Stogner, Marcia Colette, Faith Hunter, Larry Correia & Nicole Givens Kurtz, 7-12-14

One more convention weekend has zipped past. It’ll be a long wait, but I’m looking forward to attending this one again next year.

For a more about the convention, check out the post Con•Gregate 2014 on The Author Chronicles blog.

 

 

Image of Greg8, the con’s mascot, created by John Grigni,
used with Con•Gregate’s permission. 

Many thanks to Tera Fulbright for promptly answering my questions.

 

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ConCarolinas 2014 Potpourri and Photo Gallery

View frommy hotel room window, 5-31-14

View from my hotel room window, 5-31-14

Here’s a potpourri of images and information (in no particular order) gathered at ConCarolinas 2014, an informative and enjoyable event for fans, artists, costumers, and writers of science fiction, fantasy, speculative fiction, steampunk, horror, alternate history and more, held May 30 through June 1 at the University Hilton in Charlotte, NC.

Editors and Agents Panel with Emily Lavin Leverett, Gray Rinehart, Edmund R. Schubert, Faith Hunter and Sharon Stogner, 6-1-14

The Editors and Agents Panel with Emily Lavin Leverett, Gray Rinehart, Edmund R. Schubert, Faith Hunter and Sharon Stogner, 6-1-14

The Finishing Touch Panel with Allegriana, Daphne Reeder, Brian Holloway, Mikki Smith and Doc Geressy, 6-1-14

The Finishing Touch Panel with Allegriana, Daphne Reeder, Brian Holloway, Mikki Smith and Doc Geressy, 6-1-14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Writing Tips:

  • If one of your good characters dies, she/he must have a good death; that is, the character must die saving someone, completing a vital mission, or otherwise achieving something beneficial. [David Weber, Killing Characters Panel]
147 - Panel - Writing Yourself Out Of a Corner with A. J. Hartley & David B. Cole(D. B. Jackson), 6-1-14

A. J. Hartley and David B. Cole(D. B. Jackson) on the Writing Yourself Out Of a Corner Panel, 6-1-14

Stuart Jaffee and J. F. Lewis on the Creating Alien Societies Panel, 5-31-14

Stuart Jaffee and J. F. Lewis on the Creating Alien Societies Panel, 5-31-14

James Maxey and Paula S. Jordan on the Transhumanism Panel, 5-31-14

James Maxey and Paula S. Jordan on the Transhumanism Panel, 5-31-14

  • Remember that villains also have friends and family, people who care about their deaths. [Allen Wold, Killing Characters Panel]
  • A villain’s death must have consequences. [John G. Harkness, Killing Characters Panel]
Spanish Moss and Magic Spells Panel with Misty Massey, Susan H. Roddey, Alexandra Christian, Tally Johnson, Marcia Colette, Gail Martin, John G. Hartness and C. L. Wilson, 5-31-14

The Spanish Moss and Magic Spells Panel with Misty Massey, Susan H. Roddey, Alexandra Christian, Tally Johnson, Marcia Colette, Gail Martin, John G. Hartness and C. L. Wilson, 5-31-14

Warfare and the Military Panel with Chris A. Jackson, Janine K. Spendlove, Gray Rinehart, Edward McKeown and David Weber, 5-31-14

The Warfare and the Military Panel with Chris A. Jackson, Janine K. Spendlove, Gray Rinehart, Edward McKeown and David Weber, 5-31-14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  •  Writers should not to go overboard in giving details of the setting and the alien or future society because 90% of the writing is done by the reader’s mentally filling in the details. [Stuart Jaffe, Creating Alien Societies Panel]
  • Writers creating alien societies need to remember that aliens would have the same basic needs we do. [Allen Wold, Creating Alien Societies Panel]
Jim Bernheimer and Joe Naff on the Writing Hardcore Characters Panel, 5-30-14

Jim Bernheimer and Joe Naff on the Writing Hardcore Characters Panel, 5-30-14

Media Guest of Honor Anthony Montgomery in the Dealers' Room, 5-31-14

Media Guest of Honor Anthony Montgomery in the Dealers’ Room, 5-31-14

David Weber discussing his series, 5-31-14

Author Special Guest David Weber discussing his series, 5-31-14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • When creating an alien society and culture, answer all the “why” questions that readers might raise. [J. F. Lewis, Creating Alien Societies Panel]
  • Writers should choreograph all fights and battle scenes to make sure that the movements make sense. [Chris A. Jackson, Warfare and the Military Panel]
The Creating Alien Societies Panel with Stephen L. Antczak, Paula Jordan, Stuart Jeffe, J. F. Lewis, Allen Wold and Davey Beauchamp, 5-31-14

The Creating Alien Societies Panel with Stephen L. Antczak, Paula Jordan, Stuart Jeffe, J. F. Lewis, Allen Wold and Davey Beauchamp, 5-31-14

The Killing Characters Panel with Allen Wold, A. J. Hartley, John G. Hartness, David Weber, Tamsin L. Silver andf David B. Coe (D. B. Jackson),6-1-14

The Killing Characters Panel with Allen Wold, A. J. Hartley, John G. Hartness, David Weber, Tamsin L. Silver and David B. Coe (D. B. Jackson), 6-1-14

  • The environment puts limits on battle; so do the availability of food, water, ammunition, and other supplies. [Warfare and the Military Panel]
  • An assymetrical battle — one in which one side has a vast advantage in superior technology — can be won by the weaker side. [Warfare and the Military Panel]
23 - George R. R. Martin, 5-30-14

Author Guest of Honor George R. R. Martin, 5-30-14

Allen Wold, moderator of The Art of the Anti-Hero Panel, 5-31-14

Allen Wold, moderator of The Art of the Anti-Hero Panel, 5-31-14

David Weber signing books in the Dealers' Room, 5-31-14

David Weber signing books in the Dealers’ Room, 5-31-14

  • Characters who kill and are not affected by it have already been destroyed. [David Weber, Killing Characters Panel]
  • Newly published authors and those who are not yet published can get started in blogging by doing guest posts on other authors’ blogs. [Blogging and Social Media Panel]
The Year in Science Panel with Paula S. Jordan, Micki Knop, James Maxey, Jim Craig, Ben Davis and Stephen Euin Cobb, 5-30-14

The Year in Science Panel with Paula S. Jordan, Micki Knop, James Maxey, Jim Craig, Ben Davis and Stephen Euin Cobb, 5-30-14

Space Exploration - 5 Year Mission Panel with James Maxey, Ben Davis, Stephen Euin Cobb, Paula S. Jordan and Jim Craig, 5-31-14

Space Exploration – 5 Year Mission Panel with James Maxey, Ben Davis, Stephen Euin Cobb, Paula S. Jordan and Jim Craig, 5-31-14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Miscellany:

  • Pi Day is March 14 (3-14) — next year’s Pi Day will be extra special — and Danny Birt has written an anthem for it.
  • David Weber stated that over the years he’s tried to remain a good story teller as he strives to become a better writer.
06 - Danny Birt Filk Concert, 5-30-14

Danny Birt Filk Concert, 5-30-14

Jonah Knight Filk Concert, 5-30-14

Jonah Knight Filk Concert, 5-30-14

Filking the Night Away, 5-31-14

Filking the Night Away, 5-31-14

 

 

  •  A good costume can be ruined by an overlooked detail, such as wearing sneakers with an elf costume. [The Finishing Touch Panel]
  • Transhumanism refers to an international philosophy regarding enhancing humans up to the point where we are no longer human. [Transhumanism Panel.]
Michael G. Williams and Claudette Marco on the Writing Hardcore Characters Panel, 5-30-14

Michael G. Williams and Claudette Marco on the Writing Hardcore Characters Panel, 5-30-14

The Silent Sisters, 5-30-14

The Silent Sisters, 5-30-14

Gray Rinehart Filking the Night Away,  5-31-14

Gray Rinehart Filking the Night Away, 5-31-14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Maxey moderating the Writing Hardcore Characters Panel, 5-30-14

James Maxey, moderator of the Writing Hardcore Characters Panel, 5-30-14

27 - Costumes, 5-30-14

A trio of costumes, 5-30-14

Bill Roper Filking the Night Away, 5-31-14

Bill Roper Filking the Night Away, 5-31-14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come join the fun next year, when John Scalzi will be the Author Guest of Honor.

Tamsin L. Silver and David B. Coe (D. B. Jackson) on the Killing Characters Panel, 6-1-14

Tamsin L. Silver and David B. Coe (D. B. Jackson) on the Killing Characters Panel, 6-1-14

John G. Hartness and C. L. Wilson on the Spanish Moss and Magic Spells Panel, 5-31-14

John G. Hartness and C. L. Wilson on the Spanish Moss and Magic Spells Panel, 5-31-14

For more photos and information, see my post ConCarolinas 2014 on the Author Chronicles blog.

 

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