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by Lauri Gwilt

September 22, 2012

As another birthday hurls me closer to age fifty this week, I’m consumed with thoughts about what I want to do, and who I want to become over the next four decades. Each time I find myself mentally exploring my future, Lou (Louise) Wilson pops into my head.

I remember the day I met Lou, it occurred to me that spending time with her would be like personally experiencing a woman’s interpretation of “Tuesdays with… READ MORE


by Eric Alan

September 16, 2012

The air announces autumn with a chill morning breeze. It curls its first leaves, draws a trace of yellow across them, just a hint of the palette to come. Some of the dry maple leaves have already fallen, and drift into the pools of summer’s shrunken creeks. There’s a rustle in the stirring branches, whispering wisdom to anyone quiet enough to listen. This is what the concert of breeze and leaves whispers of, to me: balance… READ MORE


by Lynette Sheppard

September 09, 2012

This is the third time I’ve gone with best bud Theresa to see and photograph the Reno Hot Air Balloon Race. But this may be the first time I’ve actually experienced the full spirit of it.

The sight of colorful balloons rising in the high desert air, gliding gracefully on the breezes, and floating free cause my little photographer’s heart to go pitty pat and my shutter button to reach overdrive. It is truly awe… READ MORE