• Café du Monde

      Café du Monde in the French quarter of New Orleans, open 24/7…   I went at night, for some beignets and café au lait… And took a beignet for the road!   You guys, just by looking at these pictures… I’m already starting to crave another beignet!    

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  • New Orleans, 1990

      In 1990, New Orleans and me… we looked like this:     This weekend, I’m Louisiana bound again. So we’ll see how much things have changed! To set the mood, some New Orleans tunes: jazz, r&b, funk… you know the drill. I pulled together a few fave songs for the road. You can listen, […]

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  • Gulf Coast 2k13

    I like to make pictures with film. But… I always take a while getting the film developed. And when I do bring it in? It’s full of surprise, long-forgotten photos. So now it’s December, and I love the cold. But these fresh prints have me thinking about the warmth of the beach… …with water at […]

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  • Has anyone ever heard of a ‘moon pie’ ??

    The actual moon: The moon pie: They’re both round. Only one is edible. Moon pies are a big deal in Bell Buckle, Tennessee — home of the yearly RC Cola & Moon Pie Festival. This very, very, very small town is also home to the Bell Buckle Cafe: Bell Buckle Cafe has an eclectic menu, […]

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  • Cape

    Headed down to the cape in Florida. Savored some sunsets… Enjoyed the coast… Bought a new pink hat… …and introduced Ella to the beach: She loved the cool sand and the wind in her face  –  especially the wind! Ella is now officially a beach pup. : ) photos by pam hollingsworth

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  • What I Really Learned in College

       So, they handed me my degree last Monday. Feels good! Feels weird…. Feels exciting. College, on the whole, was an amazing 4 years for me. Studying history, economics, politics – I learned a lot from some inspiring professors. But most importantly, I learned a lot from the examples set by those inspiring professors, and […]

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  • Washington, DC

    Until last year, I had never been to the US capital. It was a place I’d always wanted to visit, but somehow never had the chance. And now that I’ve seen it, I know that I love it. The people, the bustle, the food, the museums, the news crews – this city has a lot […]

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  • Be Well in 2012

    Hey everybody, So, I’ve been absent from the blog too much lately. It’s now my last semester of college, and everything seems hectic around here. There’s lots of fun times and memories at Emory wrapping up, but also lots of exciting things to look forward to after graduation. I’m not sure yet what the post-graduation […]

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  • A Roman Holiday, part 1

    I got to spend 11 days in Rome, and enjoyed exploring around the vast city that has been home to so much civilization and culture. Rome has everything from quiet gardens around the Villa Borghese… …and ancient ruins from the Roman Empire… …to modern iconic Italian vespas, political flags, accordions, music…. There are so many […]

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  • Sights and Sounds of Florence

    I got to spend one Saturday in Florence, Italy – a city steeped in the history of art, music, politics, and Italian culture. In the pedestrian streets around Florence’s famous art galleries, every square foot is filled with musicians and souvenir reproductions of famous paintings for sale…. Walking through the city, there are pops of […]

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Kate J Hollingsworth