A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
What an author. Always liked his work. Surprised he wrote it all out in longhand with a pen.
Terrific portrait...both yours and the formal painting! We who live on the Mississippi also claim Mark Twain as "one of our guys!" PS. After today, come visit me on my Mazatlán, México blog!!
Growing up across the Mississippi from Hannibal Missouri, I was exposed to Mark Twain from early childhood. Some day I'll have to tour his Hartford home. I've been to the Hannibal home a few times.
Mark Twain is one of my favorite American characters.A RED-LESS DAY?“Oh, my goodness, oh, my dear!Don’t you think it’s very clearThat a red-less day’s a drag?”Asks Ms. Foxy Scarlet Hag!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherLazy Days
When my brother was up there a few weeks ago, this is the place he visited and he loved it.
Samuel Clemens was a true American hero, flawed but one who understood the difference between truth and piety.Nice shot, Jacko!
I'm ok with some extra Twain. He's one of the good ones!
Nice portrait to feature! I am now your follower Sir Jack.My Ruby Tuesday at Nostalgic Marveling, have a nice day!
Were you friends with Mark??
Wonderful portrait and the wall colour was well chosen.
Great shot - nice with that red wall. Thanks for the link back to his house - it is utterly fantastic!! Would love to see it in real life.
That's a beautiful portrait.
A favorite author of mine! Nice job!
Wonderful photo, Jack. Thanks for sharing! About my Tuesday post, I'm waiting for a light rail train. No bus goes on that particular street.
A great portrait!
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