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By Ted Grussing

…  this Cormorant seems to have that look as he launches himself into flight, the teal colored eyes staring down the watery runway stretching out before him. Another shot from a recent trip to Watson Lake and getting down to lake level for me and drifting into the waterfowl, getting very close to them before they spook and take to flight. I had that look this morning as we accelerated down the runway and took to the early morning sky. I left my camera in the car and regretted it as we flew in the general vicinity of the balloons and got some great shots of them with our Samsung phones. It is really a neat sensation flying in the vicinity of other aircraft and the whole three dimensional aspect of it.

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logo_SIFFCritically-acclaimed new film debuts at Mary D. Fisher Theatre

Sedona AZ (September 6, 2017) – The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere of “Lady Macbeth” showing Sept. 15-20 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.

Trapped in a loveless marriage of convenience, a headstrong young Katherine (Florence Pugh) fights for her life.

Bundled with a sale of land, young Katherine is sold by her father to an elderly aristocrat who in turn, forces her to marry his boorish, middle-aged son, Alexander. When they meet he offers no kindness and cannot even consummate the nuptials, leaving Katherine with an overwhelming sense of despair. Read More→

City of Sedona Artist reception Sept. 7

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

City of Sedona ArizonaSedona AZ (September 6, 2017) – The city of Sedona invites the public to view beautiful paintings created by Mike Medow, Fran McNamara and Northern Arizona Watercolor Society (NAWS) at Sedona’s City Hall. This exhibit will be Thursday, Sept. 7 from 4-6 p.m. Read More→

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It’s a Set-Up — # 2

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

By Dr. Marta Adelsman
Life Coach in Communication and Consciousness
(September 6, 2017)

photo_martaadelsmanRecently I read this definition of expectation, and I had to stop and think about it.  I had never heard it described in such a way…

“Expectation is premeditated resentment.” (Author unknown)

Yet the statement rang true and prompted the following reflections:

We don’t realize we premeditate resentment when we have expectations.  Yet it makes sense that’s what really happens. The premeditation part occurs in secret, in our hidden shadow self, where the ego sets us up for some real downers.  The majority of the time, when we hold expectations, aren’t we usually disappointed?  Yet we forge our expectations anyway. Read More→

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