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Previously known as 'ArtnScience' I am an Art-Loving, Scientist, Physician and Ethicist whose research, professional and personal interests are paired with a love of travel. I love going almost anywhere in the world, especially places where I can travel like a local resident and meet people. Lately, I travel by bicycle after getting to where I want my journey to begin. My camera helps me remember friends I make, local architecture and terrain through which I pass. I love all kinds of artistic endeavor; and, I enjoy painting, drawing and learning about Art History and Architecture. My combined interest in Art and Science made logical my web identity as **ArtnScience**. Leonardo Da Vinci is my personal hero. His scientific interests were as earth-shaking as was his art. Da Vinci's life personified Art & Science.
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Stathis Chionidis ~ Hello again Stathis Thanks for you rkind comments and like ~ Best wishes ~ nick

Andy Rodker Thanks again Andy :~)

Jean THIERS Hello Jean and yes you are right ~ thanks for your comments ~ Best wishes to you by the Tarn ~ nick

© KennyW Hiya Kenny yes I think it must be now thaat you mention it :~)

Andy Rodker Thanks a lot Andy ~ it worked out well ~ All the best ~ nick

Crikey Art this gold fish is bright enough to light up the night ~ it is a wonder that a heron has not yet spotted it for breakfast :~)

A fine looking cow Art

Nicely framed Art they look like they are searching for something ~~~ Have a great weekend dear friend ~ nick

Stairs to infinity! Perfect composition!
YSL
Best wishes, András

Ivan Corellas Hello Ivan and thank you for your kind comments, YSL and fav photographer ~ Friendly greetings to you in Sardinia ~ nick

Amelia, this is the Frederick Community cemetery called Mount Olivet. It is not a military cemetery so if there are WWII soldiers buried there, they would be in family plots. Frederick is right on the Mason Dixon line that divided the country into the North (Union Forces) and the South (Confederate Forces) at the time of the Civil War ~1862-1864. While all of Maryland was 'Officially' supporting the North there were families that went completely for the South, families that were divided with some sons fighting for the North and others fighting for the South. In any case, the Civil War Hospitals in Frederick treated soldiers from both sides and after the Battle of Monocacy, there were Confederate soldier corpses who had no identification, some who had identification but were unclaimed, i.e. left on the battlefield. These were buried in our community cemetery and an area of Mount Olivet Cemetery was permanently dedicated to the Confederate dead. The author of our National Anthem, Francis Scott Key, was a resident of Frederick Maryland. In the Northern area of Mt. Olivet Cemetery is the Key tomb where he and his wife are buried. Above the tomb is a bronze statue of Francis Scott Key and the American Flag flies beside the grave 24 hours a day, and is illuminated at night. Thanks for asking. Best regards. -Art

gone fishing....great light!

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