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Millbrook, N.Y. 2014. By Paul Goldfinger

Millbrook, N.Y. 2014. By Paul Goldfinger. © Click image to enlarge


Millbrook, NY is in the Hudson River Valley, Dutchess County. There’s a big park at the foot of their main commercial street. We met these kids in that park, sitting on some rocks, talking about stuff. Two were siblings and one was a friend. We chatted for a few minutes, and then they posed for a photo. We also met their parents.

CARLY SIMON   from her album Into White

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There are 120 parks in Charleston, SC. This one is downtown. Paul Goldfinger ©   Click to enlarge.  M9. Undated.



ALEXANDRE DESPLAT:   Oscar winning score from The Shape of Water:  “Elisa’s Theme.”





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Bunche Beach

Fort Myers, Fla By Paul Goldfinger 2013



“Open Season”   (It’s all in your mind)  by the High Highs–from the film Pitch Perfect:

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The Great Auditorium. Ocean Grove, NJ.    By Paul Goldfinger, Blogfinger.net©


MARTY STUART AND THE CARTERS  From their album  KIndred Spirits


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Paris flower market. By Paul Goldfinger ©





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“Nuts” By Paul Goldfinger.   New York Street Series.



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New York City. c. 1970.    By Paul Goldfinger. Kodachrome slide.


SOUNDTRACK:  Lillian Roth

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Ft. Myers, Florida.    By Paul Goldfinger   ©       February, 2012.



DEAN JONES AND SUSAN BROWNING   “Barcelona” from Stephen Sondheim’s Company.  Original cast album.


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Captiva Island, Florida.    Notice anybody unusual on the beach?   By Paul Goldfinger © 


BEAUTIFUL—  The Carol King Musical.  “You’ve Got a Friend”




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Volterra, Italy. By Paul Goldfinger. © Click left for larger version

Volterra, Italy. By Paul Goldfinger. ©   Dedicated to Mom Goldfinger who could sing this song in Italian.  Posted on Paul’s birthday when Mom wasn’t singing so much.   Click for larger version


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