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Chris -- I have been thinking about a way to convey how much I absorbed from father. I think I got close here. Fantastic work on your about page at the "new" paperfrog. Off to a great starts, I'd say.

Connie -- yes, these are my very few portraits in sepia from ages past. Alas the work he used to do as mechanical engineer is now done by CADs. The art I can feel through his audition tapes, the music, the appreciation of stage craft remains timeless. Thank you for visiting, you have now reminded me to add Every Dot Connects to my blogroll.

Valeria, I enjoyed this wonderful tribute to your father. Thanks for sharing the photos and your memories. It sounds like your father employed his artistic abilities even in his work as a mechanical engineer, using imagination and interpretive skills as well as his scientific training. You can say "I am my father's daughter" with much pride.

So you are your father's daughter, which speaks well of both of you.

A beautiful piece, Valeria. Here's to our fathers, and their fathers before them.

c.

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