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In the fall of 2013 I was in a bad mood. It wasn’t that anything bad was going on in my life, I was just annoyed and needed to do something that wasn’t whatever I was doing. Somewhere in there, a good friend called letting me know that she had airline miles that were going to expire in weeks, and she had no way of using them. I am not certain if Calvinists use Southwest Airlines, but they probably should. With only three days open in my schedule, I packed a small backpack with a couple of changes of clothes, a digital camera with one prime lens, a $25 plastic film camera and a $19 camera that I had purchased at Goodwill a few months prior. There were a few trains involved, but for most of the journey I just walked. I needed the exercise.

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