Blind man blinks, no bluff

Blindman’s Blink?

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Daily Prompt: Almost

Here is the moment in ONE DRESS, ONE DAY when the thief, Francisco, realizes that he has found his victim, a young French bride.  Not only has this low-life stolen her wedding gown, he will extract a fee to return it. Notice that the Parisian is almost crying, not hysterical. “Droplets of sweat formed along […]

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Inma’s Love Nest

Cozy, like homey, quaint, forlorn, evoke something old-fashioned. The Danish hygge shares some of the connotation. Aromas like warm bread, cinnamon, fresh laundry fit more than patchouli incense.

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Exploring Carmen’s Seville: Cigars, Conquest, and Colonialism at the Royal Tobacco Factory of Seville

Originally posted on Lives and Times:
Sevilla, “so affectionate, so brunette, gypsy and so beautiful”, as the song says. Sevilla, forever the heart of the south and for so long the crossroads of the Old and New worlds. Sevilla I visit to learn about the symbol of this cultural meeting point, the Royal Tobacco Factory,…

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