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Dad never traveled far. As he got older anything more than an hour from home seemed to trigger some anxiety. So, he never would have been able to join us for this trip if he was still alive. After the funeral we were of course all dealing with his death in our own way. This family

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At 630 feet it’s the tallest man-made monument in the USA. Gateway to the West, is pretty wild to look at and makes you wonder why it doesn’t just blow over in a heavy storm. Taking the egg-shaped elevator cars up for the view is worth the experience. Everyone takes pictures of the arch, my

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Photos of one of my favorite places taken on the weekend of February 25th, 2012.

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Last weekend I planted a dozen fruit trees, most of them in my small front yard. They arrived last week, bareroots wrapped in burlap bags. People didn’t believe me when I told them I was planting 10 trees in my little space. In a couple years I’ll start having more fruit than I can eat, so

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All you need is a tripod, or not. Well, maybe a shutter release cable too, or not. Now cameras are digital, and there are digital shutter releases. The idea is to hold the camera perfectly still while it gathers the dim light, whether from the moon, stars, cars, lightning, or even street lights. The longer

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The world’s largest national heirloom seed exposition was at Santa Rosa, California on September 13, 14, and 15 . For three days the largest arrays ever seen of heirloom produce were displayed– from across the United States. There were more than 70 speakers, talking about everything from seed saving, GMO products, home gardening, politics and farming, and

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All these were taken this morning within a couple of hours of each other. For me there is joy in taking the photos, and pleasure in seeing the beauty in each. Which is your favorite?          

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It happens all over, on highways and country roads. Some animal decides to go to the land of opportunity— on the other side of the road — and doesn’t make it. It’s life is suddenly and unexpectedly ended. Possum, raccoon, deer, mouse, lizard, snake, turtle, armadillo, coyote. Cat, dog. People drive by roadkills everyday, some weave

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t Better Days….   That was our first gut impression. But it was only kids playing with firecrackers on the streets outside the hotel. We had arrived in Tripoli, Libya and were a bit apprehensive at first. Posters of  Muammar al-Qaddafi greet you in the airport, and are scattered on buildings and billboards across the

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About Me

I graduated from the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine, and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. My classical Homeopathy training was completed in 2008 at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. When not working, I enjoy travelling the world, visiting other countries and cultures. Photography, gardening and hiking are my hobbies.

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Phone:(602) 320-5181
Location: Near 15th Ave & Thomas, Central Phoenix.
Email: gmeyer28@cox.net