Douglas W. Reynolds, Jr.
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Thank you for visiting my "gallery." Although I label my photographs with political boundaries for location identification purposes, I feel we are all on this same Earth together: I hope someday there will be no borders anywhere, and a universal peace. In factual matters I try to be accurate, and if you find an error of any kind, please let me know right away so I can correct it. You may write me at <> if you wish.

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People can understand "Jet-Setters" and even "Mile-High Clubs." But good luck selling "Kayak-Setters." Serene eh.

No worries, actually for that photo you were showing me in Fairton still looks a bit fake anyway like an advertisement for a business.

To talk about political boundaries the Mason Dixon line, NJ would be in two regions of the United States the Northeast and Mid Atlantic or the South officially, but due to some past conflicts dating back to the civil war who ever created the line it goes around NJ. Really a lot of New Jerseyans consider the Pine Lands of NJ really a part of the south unofficially. Actually I've seen the Rebel flag flown in the Pine Lands a lot. With our Nations history and weird position of NJ I think it's neat seeing the Rebel flag flown in an official Northern State.

New Jersey can be confusing too, like you guys are saying about Virginia. I really don't know what the difference is between a town and a township except for some political terminology both have people living in them. NJ have a fair share of towns or townships with the same name like the town of Harrison right here in the same county I live Hudson while Harrison Township is in Gloucester County. Besides using a GPS the only other thing that can help save you while driving in NJ as for directions. If you go too far East in NJ you'll be at the Atlantic Ocean or NYC, if you go too far West you'll wind up at the Delaware River or bay. A lot of the locals in North or South NJ think its funny thing they either switch road signs or just take them down in some towns or cities as a joke.

Dear May, thank you so much! Yes, I have tried to capture as much of the spirit of the place as I could with my camera, but really I wish I could take everyone there, as it really is one of the most beautiful places in the region; and the restoration indoors and out is just astonishing. The present owner, Mr. David Peebles, has really accomplished something to take your breath away. There have been many magazine articles in recent years about Lisburne, so there is quite a bit about it online now--including photographs by others of the beautiful antique furnishings. It was a happy accident for me that I nerved myself into turning into the drive, because you certainly can see nothing of the house from the road!

Best wishes, and thank you for visiting, and of course for the FL!

Doug Reynolds

Probably not for much longer, after all . . . .

Why old geezers carry tripods . . . . Google

Wunderschönes Porträt und sehr schöne Pose L
Schöne Grüße, Heinrich

That's the MAGIC of the DISGUISE, r.w. Please be more discreet: LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS: the safe house may still be active--judging by the paint job and the comfy staircase. And of course the Batmobile.

"Why, Man, he doth bestride this narrow world like Colossus," etc.

Yep, pretty good for flattery! My blushes, r.w.!

If he hadn't taken so long to release the shutter--never mind, we round up!

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