Monthly Archives: January 2014

All The Things We Receive

 Industrialization in Connecticut. From 2009.                                                          Photo by Katelyn Avery. The trees used … Continue reading

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Getting Up or Staying Down

 Snow covered patio chairs. Photo by Katelyn Avery. Those chairs aren’t meant to be filled. At the very least people should not constantly occupy them. Being covered in snow is an ok life style for these chairs, but laziness should … Continue reading

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Frozen Pizza Doesn’t Bow Out

 Frozen cheese pizza. Photo by Katelyn Avery. Frozen pizza holds a special place in American homes. It’s the staple food of any life style. From cities to suburbia this processed food puts a smile on many faces. Growing up I … Continue reading

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Bases Belong in the Field

 Baseball field in Milford, Connecticut. Photo by Katelyn Avery. An empty baseball field lay before me. I was playing catch with my younger cousin Alex (boy) when I saw this travesty. We were passing with (male) lacrosse sticks when I … Continue reading

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Diversity Can Open the Door

 Doorway to diversity. Photo by Katelyn Avery. The door to diversity is wide open. A light is coming through and Martin Luther King is one of the people who broke the lock. The door can close but the slightest breeze … Continue reading

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Spring Jungle Fighting Winter Canvas

 Small woods in Trumbull, CT. Photo by Katelyn Avery. Green conquers white again, but only for the time being. The snow has melted away, but January does not signal the end of Connecticut’s winter. As much as I enjoy winter … Continue reading

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Priceless Coins

 Chocolate coins. Photo by Katelyn Avery. Hanukkah is over and I’m not Jewish, but I still get into the commercialized side of the holiday.  I started this tradition as an elementary school student with my second grade class. It was the … Continue reading

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