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Tag Archives: Flower
Jessica Hausner’s new film “Little Joe” is a dry, detached psychological thriller which tantalizes us with its intriguing premise in the beginning and then only leaves us in a little too much of ambiguity in the end. While it is … Continue reading
Flowers, people, geese, and a cat.
It was chilly and a bit cloudy, but it was a lovely picnic time at the campus with occasional sunshine.
It’s still chilly, but flowers are everywhere – and so are the ruthless avian campus gangs.
It is warm now, and the flowers are everywhere – and the cats are hungry.