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Thank you for your wonderful submissions that show us where you came from or where you live now…these insights and interpretations connect us in a meaningful way and truly reflect our international community. Enjoy the last days of summer and thank you so much for reading LENSCRATCH.
Hollis Call, Foggy Morning, Santa Barbara, CA
, Fairfax Ave and Third Street, Dedicated to Raymond Chandler
, Los Angeles, CA
I’ve moved around a lot in my life and have never felt that I’ve had a home town. But, this image was taken near my current home in Oregon. The wild spaces in this beautiful state are some of the places I feel most at home.
Francisco Arcaute, Loop AM, Chicago, IL
Fanuel Public Housing Projects, Boston MA
. Looking West
, Mt. Ida, Troy, NY September 2011
Lori Pond, Alice in Wonderland, Inside the Alice in Wonderland ride at Disneyland, Anaheim, CA
Stan Raucher, Sevenscore Years Later, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA
Bruce Martin, Rip Van Winkle watches over Catskill, Catskill, New York
Mary Economidy, Lonesome Whistle, Wichita Falls, TX
Carol S. Dass, It’s Nice Here!, Aunt Lucy’s Doll House, Columbia, MO
Born and raised in Chicago, I returned after 21 years of living in other locales. In 45 years of living in the city I have always been within an easy walk of the lakefront. Lake Michigan and the lakefront parks are for me the heart of the city.
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