Category Archives: Photo Essays

National Monuments: Voices of the Vanished Ones, Preserved

VOICES in The Wind Though modern ears seem deaf to primal song, Ideas seek – and probe – subconscious minds. Where spirits walk, old muted voices long To search – as dust now gathered by the winds – And speak … Continue reading

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Politics? No Mas!

Politics. Enough is Enough! as someone once said. I can buy that. Boy, can I buy that. I confess. I’m sick to death of politics. I wait with baited breath for this election season TO END! and for Donald Trump and … Continue reading

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Songs From the Younger World; a Soliloquy of Sorts

I occasionally get fed up with the day’s news, the day’s politics, and the idiocy layered there within that all too often bubbles to the  surface and causes one to wish that another (preferably uninhabited) planet was available for immediate … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Life

Take all away from me, but leave me Ecstasy, And I am richer then than all my Fellow Men . . . In today’s human world,  the sad reality is that all that really counts is money, both the acquisition … Continue reading

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Climate Change: A Visible Hint?

“Nature is always presenting us with surprises. And perhaps we are surprised only because we are ignorant.” (John C. Van Dyke) I’ve been wondering if/when some signs of climate change and global warming are going to become visible via a … Continue reading

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Far from the madding crowd’s ignoble strife, Their sober wishes never learn’d to stray; Along the cool sequester’d vale of life They kept the noiseless tenor of their way. (Thomas Gray, from Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard) The Holiday … Continue reading

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Protect America’s Public Lands!

“Nature makes only dumb animals. We owe the fools to society.” (Honore de Balzac) In the United States, Public Lands are, simply stated, all lands which are not privately held or owned. They consist of designated Wilderness and Primitive areas, … Continue reading

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