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2015
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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 4

  • Aaron’s Lens – Season’s Buddings

    Budding Tulips struggle to push through the underbrush (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Snowdrops and crocuses are today’s choice of image. Spring is a season of new beginnings, and the budding flowers that have begun to pop up can be seen as the official end of Winter and the start of a new cycle.

  • BLOG-Spring Sprouts

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    Welcome, Spring! This week put considerable distance between us and the bitter cold we endured throughout February.

  • Aaron’s Lens – A Spring Mural

    An elaborate chalk mural outside The Spirited Goat (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Winter is fading, and the freedom of Spring temperatures gives rise to numerous outdoor activities, such as crafting sidewalk chalk murals.

  • BLOG-Photo Finish

    photo finish at the McKinney Chili Cook Off

    “I’ll make the chili, you serve it.” He does the work, I get the glory.

  • Aaron’s Lens – A Silent Protest

    (From left to right) Katie Egart, Terry Snyder, MJ Gentile, Dorothy Smith, and Sandy King stand silently by a banner near the aisle where John Crawford was shot. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    In the same vein as the last post, here are images from a silent protest some village meditators held to mourn the death of John Crawford. Their intent was to hold the space for love, healing, and justice.

  • BLOG-At the Charette

    charette

    A week’s adventuring in the fulfilling art of architecture…

  • Aaron’s Lens – The Power of Protest

    G Scott Jones stands defiantly (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    I would like to showcase some images of protests in recent weeks over the death of John Crawford.

  • BLOG-Live Bravely and Long Adventure

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    “Live long and prosper.” Spock offers the blessing of his people. To my ear, he says, “Go, explore.”

  • Aaron’s Lens – Ice

    A frozen cascade in the Glen (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Lethal temperatures are rarely anything to celebrate, but when things freeze solid in a natural setting the photographic results can be wonderful.

  • BLOG-French Fries Rule

    adult version of baked fries

    “I want french fries.” they insist but through the art of home cooking I hope to guide my children to an appreciation of healthier choices.