Dracula: The schooner Demeter arriving into Whitby by Ed Kluz

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Whitby Abbey Ruins,North Yorkshire, England. Inspo for Bram Stoker, Dracula's Castle

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Southwark Cathedral, London

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Blue Hour Mont St Michel, France

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Tower Bridge | HOME SWEET WORLD

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Misty moon

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Battle of the Somme

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This is the kitchen from the house from the movie, "Practical Magic".

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This is the house from the movie, "Practical Magic".

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Super cell thunderstorm - Nebraska

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This is amazing! I see Narnia, Oz, Wonderland, Florin, Neverland, Middle Earth, Labyrinth, and Fantasia! Tons of my favorite places, all in one place! And...is that the island from "Where the Wild Things Are" I see lurking in the back there? This is too cool!

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London, England - again to walk the same streets and aves as the likes of Chaucer, Blake, Shakespeare, Dickens, et. al. I believe I want to spend a Christmas in London. That would be grand I expect.

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Oxford

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England

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Elizabeth I, Queen of England. Westminster Abbey.

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A religious moment on my first trip to England. The tomb of E-I, Westminster Abbey.

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In 1992, when I was on my way to Spring Break in Florida with Jessica, Timmy, and Paul--in the distance, I saw this sign, and I thought it said: "Turning Point". We had been on the road for hours--and I thought it meant we were almost to Florida and also that this was a "sign" that we were at a magnificent turning point in life. As it turns out, the sign actually said, "Bruning Paint." Jessica and I still say, "Bruning Paint" instead of "turning point" in our conversations when talking abou...

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Mont. St. Michel/First European Tour/ 1998. Utterly, completely, awesome.

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