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New camera or not I have a terrible time seeing photos in the city.  I kept saying to myself what would Julie, Peter or Jim see.

I'm at the hospital waiting for my husband to emerge.  I do find this hospital quite beautiful among the tall glass towers of the city.

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  1. That used to be my lunch spot. It's surprisingly peaceful there. The Botanical Gardens are also very good.

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    1. That would be a nice lunch spot. I make it the gardens later in the series.

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  2. This is a really interesting photo -- the sort that each time you look at it, you see something new. Old and new architecture. People doing all sorts of things.

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    1. It is an interesting spot. I particularly like the fountain. And the cafe served a nice lunch too.

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  3. Those old buildings - such character and really stand the test of time :D)

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    1. I reckon there is a 60 year rule. If a building lasts 60 years it has a good chance of being loved for its history and preserved. Up until then people are likely to deem it just old-fashioned.

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