A moment in dark,
brings a moment in light,
from cold to warm,
with a street light,
a moment in time,
a moment in light.
From the classic white mug to the pink and green counter stools
Norm’s Diner 171 Bridge Street Groton Ct has Style!
Three pm on a sizzling Sunday a break in the action at Norm’s gives me a moment to play with the mosaic of time. Conversation with Davo pauses as my mind drifts to the 50’s. I love diners, small business and the people, real people. Norm’s has that welcoming feel the kind that is absent in the rubber stamp Mallonian “food” industry.
Stop by enjoy some eggs, linger with the paper, conversation humanity. Support small business it is the backbone of your town. Parking is shaded by trees a nice feature you won’t find at the Mall.
Religion or freedom of religion brought us here and was a main stay of life in the 1700’s houses of worship circle the green some old some new. The green was the center of the universe.
Reflections have been a window beyond the surface for much of my creative life. Tomorrow night at my opening I’ll be reflecting back on many images, many periods from thirty eight years. Here is a preview from my performing arts work and a click on the image will lead you to more motion.
The person traveling the furthest will get a gift and there will be portrait discount cards passed out be part of my work. Post cards of the New England Shoreline, photo note cards and “All the Usual Subjects”. Ask about the final Kodachrome series?
“Between Here and There.” Photographic Art by Peter J. Crowley from the 1970’s to today. Pearl of the Thames Cafe 175 Thames St. Groton Ct. opening November 6th 6pm. Excellent munchies from Jason at The Pearl and acoustic blues by Mike Bloomer.
King Cakes new CD is out and Mike will have them with him.
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